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Old 08-07-2005
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Is this a good roll pan?

Hey everyone I was searching across ebay & I found this & was wondering if anyone know anything about fiberglass roll pans or what not...

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ROLLP...91030057QQrdZ1

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i think its fine Brenton theres many different kinds..like where the license plate is..and wat not

but if thats wat u want it to look like then go for it..

now since its fiberglass you gotta get is either fiberglassed on or use bondo..
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If you mean the way it attaches to the truck then, it uses rivets.....
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That gonna work fine with the mazda bed?
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If you mean the way it attaches to the truck then, it uses rivets.....

rivets...but you will see those...wouldnt fiberglass or bondo be better?
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The rivets attach on the sids of the pan, which you cant see, you can mold it in so that there is no gap, in which case you would use some sort of body filler.......



The rivets would go in here somewhere in the word Splash.....this is a rollpan I sold...
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so they would be facing up..like towards the bottom of the bed....
you think that would hold..how many u put on?
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I'm gonna be getting Ranger fiberglass bedsides, so I think that it may work?

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Would it be better to get a steel roll pan or that fiberglass one?

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steel you can weld on..its heavier...fiberglass..well u know fiberglass
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Now I have another question...

Does anyone have any pics of a Ranger w/ a roll pan w/ fiberglass bedsides?

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well, heres one thing, IF YOU GET FIBERGLASS BEDSIDES, YOU CANT WELD A STEEL PAN TO IT

also, dont the bedsides flare up in the rear? if they do, it wont line up to the bottom of the rollpan
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look into a mar-k.... if you getting ranger besides ....adn u have the same til gate we do theres a bend in it ... 120 bucks i think from www.mar-k.com they come with the bend in them and are kick *** i love them
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