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  • rubber rivets

    Does anyone else remember when rubber rivets
    were two pieces? Really! The rubber rivet
    used a seperate leather washer and then you
    installed it in the usual manner.

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    "Gun control is the policy of tyrants"
    Rep. Rob Bishop (R-UT)

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    Re: rubber rivets

    I used them as little as 3 years ago. Have not checked if they are still available. They were great for repairing those one piece cushions when the bolts pulled thru, and the cushion sagged, usually in the middle capturing the pins! I still have some left!!
    I may not always be right, but I am never wrong.

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      Re: rubber rivets

      I still use the rubber rivets, and they are also loads of fun to play-fight with. they really sting at close range.

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        Re: rubber rivets

        I still use the rubber rivets, and they are also loads of fun to play-fight with. they really sting at close range.

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          Re: rubber rivets

          I still use the rubber rivets, and they are also loads of fun to play-fight with. they really sting at close range.

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