On Sat, 09 Jun 2012 18:03:28 -0400, Meanie wrote:
Interesting. I've been looking all wrong.
I found pull through plugs (which might work):
And, I found tapered plugs:
So now I'm looking through the possibilities.
Tubing has a hole in the center.
If there's no hole, it's a rod, or something other than a tube.
Make up your mind.
Christopher A. Young
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Here is a picture of the closest I can find in the hardware stores:
What I need is rubber 1/4" tubing with no holes (a long cylinder).
Any ideas where to get a solid 1/4" round rubber tubular gasket about 2
or 3 feet long?
On Sat, 9 Jun 2012 21:20:59 +0000 (UTC), "Arklin K."
as tubing, by definition, is hollow and open at both ends.
I believe backer rod is what you are looking for - it is availavle in
open cell, closed cell, soft and firm, among other variants. Check the
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