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Rick Scofield

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Re: Rubber feet???
« Reply #10 on: August 20, 2014, 05:39:46 pm »

Rubber feet, but only if she's not too ticklish, otherwise you might get kicked in the face....
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Jonathan Johnson

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Re: Rubber feet???
« Reply #11 on: August 25, 2014, 02:04:49 am »

Many feet used on audio gear are commodity parts, not designed specifically for any particular piece of equipment. Find a good local hardware store and see what they have. Probably be in the nuts & bolts aisle in the plastic drawers above the bolt bins. Ace and True Value are two franchises that typically have a good selection of miscellaneous parts around here (SW Washington state). If you can't find them, ask.

Don't bother looking at a big-box store. They may have a bazillion bolts, but they are all the same size.
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Frank Koenig

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Re: Rubber feet???
« Reply #12 on: August 25, 2014, 07:04:37 am »

Mcmaster Carr.  They are called rubber bumpers.  Select the durometer rating you require and with or without metal washers. 


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I get mine from McMaster, too. The ones from Parts Express work but they smell really strongly (I'm not kidding). --F
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