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Old 11-24-2006
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Bought A Roll Pan

I finally broke down and bought one on ebay tonight. I found a seller who looked to be really good on prices compared to most of the steel roll pans I've looked at lately. I'll keep you guys informed on the quality, fitment, etc. if anybody else is interested. Roll Pan?
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Old 11-26-2006
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Get it on and get some pics up when you get it
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Old 12-21-2006
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Alright so I got the roll pan on and painted. I cut the exhaust 4.5" on each side to match it. I would have washed it first but I had to touch up a couple of spots on the edge so I didn't want to hit it with water today. And yes, I know I still need to lower my truck for it to look right.

On another note I would highly recommend buying a roll pan from http://stores.ebay.com/Tarheel-Auto-Truck-Accessories again. It is a nice piece and I didn't have to do much modification to it. I had to grind 1/16 of an inch off of one side to make it fit nicely.



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looking good, pan looks great. I'd ditch the flaps and try and bring the body down on the rims a few inches.

also loose the steps, if it were me
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Old 12-21-2006
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looking good, pan looks great. I'd ditch the flaps and try and bring the body down on the rims a few inches.

also loose the steps, if it were me
Yeah I'm thinking about doing all three when I get the funds to lower it.
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Looks real good, but loose the flaps asap!
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Old 12-22-2006
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I did take off the mudflaps today. It does look much better.
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WooHoo!
that smells like an excuse for more pics holmes!
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i think it will look good if you put the exhaust through the roll pan
kind of like a 65 Mustang GT-350

just an idler
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Old 12-23-2006
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Looks great dude
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