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Old 11-05-2006
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Is my rollpan smooth or not?

can u tell? i need to know for my own good

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Is that your best picture? SMooth by what?

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If it was smooth it wouldnt have a plate box so no its not smooth. But thats a good lookin truck!
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omg, ur not getting it.... what i want to know is if you can tellif the rollpan is flush with the rear panels?
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No...

Looks like the drivers side sits too low and is too far in / back

Get better pictures
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bc the back driver side is on a slant... and my rear left tire is in a lil pothole
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looks pretty flush dude... get some closer pics...
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ya'll have no idea wut im tryin to get at, just forget this thread!
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we need a better pic than one from SOO far away!

or you mean smooth as in how well it goes with the truck?
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it looks good from this picture... get a better one
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we need a better pic than one from SOO far away!

or you mean smooth as in how well it goes with the truck?

I dont think HE knows what hes asking....
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ya'll have no idea wut im tryin to get at, just forget this thread!
hahahaa.... no its not smooth. like stated before, it looks too low and too far back on the left side. KIND OF HARD TO TELL WITHOUT ANY GOOD PICTURES TO SEE WHAT WERE LOOKIN AT
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yes u are very right i have no clue wut im asking...
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hahahaa.... no its not smooth. like stated before, it looks too low and too far back on the left side. KIND OF HARD TO TELL WITHOUT ANY GOOD PICTURES TO SEE WHAT WERE LOOKIN AT

wut are u talking about to low and to far back.... thats has nothing to do with what im tryin to ask... like i stated b4 just forget this thread cause none of yall understand.
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wut are u talking about to low and to far back.... thats has nothing to do with what im tryin to ask... like i stated b4 just forget this thread cause none of yall understand.
it hangs down past the fender and is pushed back past the edge of it.
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must be a bad angle.... cause the rollpan is flush....oh well im stupid wut can i say
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must be a bad angle.... cause the rollpan is flush....oh well im stupid wut can i say
whatever you say man. i aint arguin your point
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im not argueing... i just dont no wut ur talking about
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WHAT THE F ARE YOU ASKING,

You ask if its smooth, we take it as

A) does it match the rest of the truck?
B) Did i do a good job installing it so there are no gaps?
C) Is it a SMOOTH Roll pan?

You said " I want to know if the roll pan is flush with the rest of the rear pannels"

and we said "NO" Its NOT, From the picture we all told you that it hangs to low on the drivers side and is too far in / back.....

So get a better picture and learn to ask a real question

Rocky
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my answer is B

i get a example of a unflush rollpan....

http://www.rangerpowersports.com/rev...0001-large.JPG

and example of a flush rollpan...

http://itsraw.com/images/matts_ranger/rear.jpg
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one is just bolted on, the other is molded in.

by your pic you posted, your's looks to be molded in. that is, unless it's photoshopped... or if the angle is weird and hides the gaps.
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yes but mine is a bolt on, but doesnt it look like its molded kinda?
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yes but mine is a bolt on, but doesnt it look like its molded kinda?
by the pic you posted, yes it looks molded in.
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From there....no....not on the drivers side....
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thats wut i was wondering bc i never get to see my truck from far away and from far away the rollpan looks flush, i just wanted to see if ya'll agreed!
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