Opel GT Forum banner

Floor Drain plugs

1335 Views 5 Replies 3 Participants Last post by  namba209 (R.I.P.)
Drain plugs

I just got my "Red" one out of storage and pressured washed the exterior and interior to get the accumulated dust, grime out, and then remembered after the pools of water appeared in the interior, I have no drain holes. All the floorboards were replaced from parts from C&R, (Yes it's been that long). Any idea where to get plugs to go into new holes. I don't want to go with the large plugs if possible. I need some way to drain the water out, esp. behind the seats, so when I hit it with Metal Ready before I paint it with POR-15, I can get the water out. Thanks, Jarrell
1 - 3 of 6 Posts
I hadn't had my requisite amount of coffee when I posted that Baz, but that is a good thought. I have a bag of plastic caps that came from hydraulic hoses. I'll look in the shed today. Another dumb question, with hopefully a simple answer too. When I was cleaning the rear, the water was going into the 2 large holes on each side, but when I was vacuming out the water, it was gone in that area. Where did it drain off to? Are there drain holes under there? Thanks, Jarrell
It's the one missing from the rear outside the seat rail structures that's letting the water pool up there. All the hole outlines are in the floorboards, just not cut out. I looked a while ago and couldn't find any of the plugs I am supposed to have. One of those "I know it's here, but where" things. I'm going to check out the blue junker later and see if it has any plugs left in it. Thanks Ron, Jarrell
1 - 3 of 6 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.