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rwl223
    
What are knockouts in the floor used for?
I have a 1956 Chevy 210 Sedan with what appear to be 1" x 3" oval-shaped knockouts in the floor below the door sills, just outside the channel where the electrical wires run. I found them after removing globs of old caulk used to seal them. Any idea why they are there and what they are/were used for?
posted: November 19, 2011
 
    
 
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brett
    
I believe that they are removable condensation/debris seals there should be more of the same on the underside of the chasis.???
sources: my 1968 mercury cougar has these in various locations in bottom of chasis
posted:  January 15, 2012
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