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Ron Krause

Does anyone know what to use for the rubber foot pads

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:WRS:               Depending on the year, most :wh: use 1/8" ribbed rubber mat. You can find it at good carpit or industrial supply houses. You can find them on :techie-ebay:ready cut for your model.

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ohiofarmer

Without 100% coverage of the adhesive, the OEM style rubber causes the paint to rust and bubble.i just get some leftover Rustoleum black paint and mix some sand in it. maybe even some black beauty blasting media for more bite. It actually works well to sprinkle dry sand over the top of a couple of coats Mixing paint and sand in the bucket tends to make it bunch up when you brush it

 

 I did paint and sand  on a motorcycle lift and am pleased with the results

 

  I have a Harbor freight motorcycle lift with their supplied rubber padding, and it just swelled up and got sticky  and came loose if oil spilled on it. Hopefully  the tread material that Dan693 mentioned is oil resistant, but you never know whether or not you get a great product or a boobie prize with HFT  

 

  i would have full confidence in this stuff, made for big hay balers..

https://north40.com/apache-7-3-ply-diamond-baler-belting-by-the-foot

i think Tractor supply has some as well.

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Ron Krause

Thanks you all for the sugestions greatly appreciated Ron

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