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Old 07-25-2005
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rollpan poll: pics inside

So ive been thinking about getting a rollpan at the end of the summer. I decided to do a quick photochop of what it would look like on my truck. I realize there would be a place for the license plate in the middle but you get the idea. The pan ive been thinking about getting is the one made by Mar-k.

Well here are the pics of first how my truck is now and second of what the rollpan would look like. Now let the polling begin:



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I'm not normally a fan of rollpans, but I think it actually looks pretty sharp on your truck. Looks good IMO. I say go for it!
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man, i could easily just turn around and tell you my answer, but .. yeah... i'm too lazy

I say go for it, but take off the hitch.. it looks funky
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go for it..i love roll pans..im plannin on gettin one but just havent had the funds yet
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Check ur state laws on plates make sure if ur required by law to have 2 at all times other then that man it looks very nice id so go for it.
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BTW nice photoshop
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Check ur state laws on plates make sure if ur required by law to have 2 at all times other then that man it looks very nice id so go for it.
I realize i need a rear plate thats why i said i know there will be a spot for one even though i didnt chop it in as stated in the original post. But thanks for the heads up anyways.
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do it... you will need to get a special hitch if you need to have one... they make one that has the reciever behind where the tag goes
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Looks good, yep you will need a hidden hitch. Goes behind the plate and the plate flips up when you need to tow something.
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^^^ i dont plan on keeping my hitch on cause i dont need to tow anything....it came stock on my truck so no need to worry there guys.
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no no no no no no.....you will 100% regreat it after getting rearended....
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no no no no no no.....you will 100% regreat it after getting rearended....
thats the only thought holding me back at this point.
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my white 99 with a 3inch lift and a fiberglass rollpan



I love rollpans on lowered and lifted trucks
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That looks nice scott, love that style, they blended in the plate mount well
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That looks nice, but yeh... I say loose the hitch & get some different tails & it'll look even better...

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I wouldn't put a roll pan on my truck, I like the bumper better. I like the step that the bumper provides, I put a lot of crap in the bed. But on most trucks they look good, and yours is no exception. I like it, go for it.
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Thanks for everyone's input so far...

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That looks nice, but yeh... I say loose the hitch & get some different tails & it'll look even better...

Brenton
But, whats wrong with the tails??? ^^
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maybe am nuts but after getting rear ended 3 times i wouldnt put one on. I acully would love to get a ARB style rear bumper or a Body armor bumper so it messes the crap out of there car haha
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maybe am nuts but after getting rear ended 3 times i wouldnt put one on. I acully would love to get a ARB style rear bumper or a Body armor bumper so it messes the crap out of there car haha

I'm with Zach - Get something that looks cool on a lifted truck. Roll pans just don't look right on them, better on lowered trucks I think.
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But his isn't lifted, lol.
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definately put it on
looks alot smoother without the bumper
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For some reason the tails just kind of look liek they don't "belong" there, maybe stockers or some other type... Or I may just be on something...?

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But his isn't lifted, lol.
^^He makes a good point

I actually just took the rear blocks out of my truck to level it out with the front...so technically i guess you can say im lowered eventhough i wouldnt claim to be.
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I like pans, I have one, but I'm worried about being rear-ended again. The Bed is the only original body component on my truck.. I Kinda want to preserve it.

Looks good for you tho
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Looks better Stock...
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