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Anyone have a source for frame hole plugs for the 2019?

After having the wheel well inserts installed and noticing that they don't even cover them, Id like to plug the tube openings.

 

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Here you go! Put mine on last week!

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Sorry my Tapatalk is set for all years for forums. Didn’t see that you were talking about 2019. I have a 2018 and they worked great. I’m sure you can find them for 2019

 

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Yeah...those might work on the round tube but not the square one. Hopefully someone will come out with a set for the 2019 soon.
 

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They are back on Ebay.  I couldnt figure out how to post the ebay listing on here but check out the seller's store.  His seller's name is ironcladdezinusa.  Round and rectangle plugs are a set of 4 and selling for $15.95 + free shipping. 

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6 minutes ago, jail4u677 said:

They are back on Ebay.  I couldnt figure out how to post the ebay listing on here but check out the seller's store.  His seller's name is ironcladdezinusa.  Round and rectangle plugs are a set of 4 and selling for $15.95 + free shipping. 

Thanks, just ordered them. Here’s a link for anyone looking.

 

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F333502846507

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Yes, the tubes with open ends collect water, mud and salt. I ran the caps 3 years on my 2016, pulled one out and looked in the tube after a few winters. Clean and dry in there, factory coating intact. When I first installed them, I put a little grease on the lip of the caps, slid them in and it’s basically sealed. To me it makes more sense to keep the junk out of the tubes in the first place rather than leave them open so the junk can get in there and dry.

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