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Old 10-22-2007
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Roll Pan Installed! pics

I bought a roll pan off of ebay and received it today... got it all mounted and straight with the help of a buddy. It needs paint but so do a few other parts like the front valence so I'm gunna wait and get them all done at the same time. Tell me what you think.










more of the progress pics to come, different exhaust to get rid of ugly stock pipe, and a lower soon to come also.

anybody need a stock crome xlt rear bumper? how about a hidden hitch?

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yah the exhaust tip is uuuuugly! haha. But hopefully teh finished bumper will look good.
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you'll be able to get away with not painting it for a while.
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Looks good, but I have a question... What were you using the oil filter wrench for? LOL
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hahah that was just sitting out from my brother not putting it away and it ended up in the pile of stuff lol
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looks good man, good progres
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i have this same roll pan but i need it painted first before i install it did you have to remove the spare tire holder or modd it at all?
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looks pretty good
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looks great man
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no modification needed for anything except splicing in new lights... i used led bolts from advanced auto.
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ooo cuz i test fitted mine and it looked like the spar tire holder would hit the mid of the box can i just cut off the part that hits it and still beable to use my spare tire holder?
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looks good....not to be off topic but aaron and banned again?
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take some picss of what hits
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looks good....not to be off topic but aaron and banned again?
lol yeah. He and Clay got into a tussle and Aaron doesn't know when to quit.
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Looks good to me.
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shouldve gotten a steel one and welded it in
wouldve looked alot better and smoother
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lol yeah. He and Clay got into a tussle and Aaron doesn't know when to quit.
Actually.. He made yet another account/username here and was caught doing such.
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ooo cuz i test fitted mine and it looked like the spar tire holder would hit the mid of the box can i just cut off the part that hits it and still beable to use my spare tire holder?
Yeah ive always wondered about this because my buddy with a bagged 01 has a roll pan and said he had to cut the lip off the spare tire holder.
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shouldve gotten a steel one and welded it in
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i would have if i knew how or had the money to get it done
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