W4 Rubber Cavity Fixer

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Rubber Cavity Fixer. 2 per packet. Small cavity fixers which are ideal for caravan walls. Hole size: 8mm diameter.

EAN-13 : 5019328377294

1 Customer Review on W4 Rubber Cavity Fixer

Cavity Fixer

5 star review(5/5)
I hunted high and low for these as my front light needed replaced on the caravan and the rubber gromit was perished-they seem to fit all bored holes for whatever purpose on the caravan - they worked a treat although i had to slightly enlarge the holes on the light itself

2 FAQs on the W4 Rubber Cavity Fixer


I have a 1997 Sterling Eccles Jade and the rubber fixings that the rear light securing screws fit into are perished. Any Idea where I can get the rubber fixing lugs from?
by Andrew Kernick


We have had success in using rubber cavity fixings, our ref. 105446. The rubber cavity fixing must be secured in the body by putting a washer underneath the screw head and then screwing in to expand the rubber. Once secure the screw is removed and then used to fix the light.


Rear light cluster. i removed mine to replace a bulb and the screws go into a black rubber grommet. do you stock these. there appears to be no nut vulcanised into the grommet.
by 15 Cloverdale


We have had some success with the rubber cavity fixing, our ref 105446. The rubber has to be fixed prior to fitting the light and you will need a suitable 'repair washer' to do this.

If you’ve changed your mind about keeping your purchase, please return it in its original condition with proof of purchase and we’ll exchange or refund it. Unless faulty, this should be within 30 days of receiving your order. By original condition, we’d expect this to mean that you’ve kept packaging and labels, and that the item is undamaged and unused.

For further information of how to return your item, please visit the "Returning an Unwanted/Faulty/Damaged Item" section on our Help Page.
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