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Rubber plugs for bean POD stand?

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I use an X3 bean pod on a mic stand adapter. My only gripe is that if you look at the rubber locating plugs crosseyed they pop out and disappear. Superglue didn't work, RTV didn't work. Anybody have any luck keeping them in? Can I get a bag of them?

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https://www.globalfulfillment.net/gfsnet/line6/10expand.aspx?ProductCode=98-030-0009   expensive

 

i would try an adhesive  like rubber cement. you apply it to both parts, wait until it gets tack

 

Ten freakin' bucks? I wouldn't mind if they weren't apparently designed to fall off and create a neverending repeating market for replacements. The adhesives don't work. I think I'll crank up the lathe and make some tapered aluminum plugs that will screw on.

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wouldn't be that hard to just get some right size bolts... then slip little bits of rubber hose on the protruding parts really...

probably less than 10 bucks and you could experiment with the size and get a nice snug, secure fit.

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wouldn't be that hard to just get some right size bolts... then slip little bits of rubber hose on the protruding parts really...

probably less than 10 bucks and you could experiment with the size and get a nice snug, secure fit.

 

Excellent idea. I was overthinking it with the idea that they had to be tapered like the rubber ones. Thanks!

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Just ridiculous. Can't get these in UK. I don't know why we put up with rubbish. They are not fit for purpose. We shouldn't have to pay for more of them or spend time and money on a creative solution. We have paid for thr product already. Very poor show Line6. Also removed support for the product line as well due to obsolescence. I would never spend serious money on their products due to risk of suffering their f*** you attitude.

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