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Old 03-20-2009
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pic request: ss mirrors, rollpans,

lets see them post pictures of ss mirrors, and rollpans.

i need some inspiration.
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heres my ss rollpan
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you really need to lower that truck, doesnt quite look right...
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you really need to lower that truck, doesnt quite look right...
He just lifted it. I think he is waiting on tires to come in.
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I think roll pans look good on all sorts of trucks. Lifted, Lowered. Just depends
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I have both, however the truck just rolled into the body shop this week so pics may be a while.
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post any pics even if they are not yours
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I've got stock mirrors, but here's my roll pan. Grant Customs compound curve roll pan, completely welded and smoothed.

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SS Mirrors

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Old 03-22-2009
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that roll pan on the gray truck looks nice, how whats the cost for that pan?
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Grant Kustoms stuff is a little more expensive than everything else, but trust me, that stuff is worth the money. I've used Grant roll pans in the past, and a friend of mine uses lots of his other stuff. Grant has the highest quality out there. You get what you pay for.
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that roll pan on the gray truck looks nice, how whats the cost for that pan?
All together with the paint and body work, just under a grand, but I had the tailgate painted at the same time, and the pan had to be cleaned up and re welded because the shop that did it the first time didn't do a good job. Now the seams are completely welded all the way around, and I don't have to worry about cracking bondo. So yeah, you get what you pay for.
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