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Woodstock feet-- any good replacement? - Michael Meyer - 09-10-2008

When I restored my Woodstocks about six years ago, I managed to slice and replace the rubber "feet" from spares, etc. Now, they too are turning into "goo". Has anyone found a suitable material, hopefully tan in color, to cut or fashion new feet from?

Thanks,
Michael


Re: Woodstock feet-- any good replacement? - designnut - 09-10-2008

You might look in hardware stores for stick-on feet. I had different sizes for things like cabinet door stops. They come in little cards that you can peel off.Sam


Re: Woodstock feet-- any good replacement? - Michael Meyer - 09-10-2008

They sound perfect... rubber, tan color, etc. Thanks, Sam!


Re: Woodstock feet-- any good replacement? - Les Wright - 09-11-2008

Randy of FixThatCalc.com cuts his from sheets of neoprene in the closest thickness. He has helped me out in the past with replacement feet for 41s and Voyageurs. He could tell you what to get.

Les