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I am in the process of restoring a landlord 2010 and the rubber pads that go on the foot rests are worn off and too far gone to save. they are no longer available which I figured the wouldnt be. what have you guys used. I would imagine you might be able to buy something like that in a roll, but I figured I would ask. Im sure someone else has run into the same problem.



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Carpet stores sell rubber runners buy the foot and some runners

are 3 feet wide.

A chunk that size would make pads for half the club members.

Well it would make a bunch, cut them out and sell the rest

here and instead of cost you make a profit.

Contact cement works to hold them good and tight.

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