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Old 05-25-2006, 04:40 PM
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New floors .... $$Question?

what would you pay ?

79-83 new floor pans ...

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84-88 new floor pans ...


They would be weld ins ... and just the 2'X2' sections with correct strengthining ribs .

cab mounts extra ...




also .... looking to have new frame "BOX" sections done ... any interest ?
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I know wheel wells would be a good seller
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I could use ist gen floor pans (2), cab mounts (2), and may be interested in box sections depending on how muchy?
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i wouldnt be interested in frame replacements but i would pay 40-50 a floorboard,i just used sheet metal and holy fuck was that retarded.
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i need pan's and cab mounts.. lemme know $$$$
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ok ... guys ... what i'm asking for is .. how much would you pay ?



little market research .. I'm getting them done .. in-fact there in the works they are going to be for sale ...
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I could use ist gen floor pans (2), cab mounts (2), and may be interested in box sections depending on how muchy?
I have some box sections now ... either glass or weld-ins ... check out the site lots of new stuff .
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Cool, I'm sorry not sure what they are worth, never done any metal replacement other than ghetto style, . I'll check out your site, thanks!!
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well then ... just to let you know ... "projected" price will be in the $125.00 ea. range

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cab mounts will be extra ... no pricing on them yet .
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Just for the floor pieces..each side?...you mean the channel under the floor and the cab mounts in that? more?.....thanks
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mine were rusty only along the seam but patchable, so i took the opportunity to cut out about 10" up the wheel well and gain a couple inches of clearance
i did mine with 12ga (i think), steel cost $10 and i remember the bends being rather simple. infact heres an old pic of tuner and i doin them.
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if you were to offer them in an increased tire clearance version, with intergrated cab mounts id think they would likely sell better. wouldnt the mounts be manditory to replace as theyre welded to the floorpan? id make it myself regardless, but i see them being worth say $200 a pair max if they were like i described.

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how about box mounts for an 83 long box???
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mine were rusty only along the seam but patchable, so i took the opportunity to cut out about 10" up the wheel well and gain a couple inches of clearance
i did mine with 12ga (i think), steel cost $10 and i remember the bends being rather simple. infact heres an old pic of tuner and i doin them.
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if you were to offer them in an increased tire clearance version, with intergrated cab mounts id think they would likely sell better. wouldnt the mounts be manditory to replace as theyre welded to the floorpan? id make it myself regardless, but i see them being worth say $200 a pair max if they were like i described.


EXACTLY ... Hamish did the same for me ... BUT , as I remember it .. It was a HUUUGE amount of work ...

I'd like Hamish to pop in and give a point of view ... BUT ..I think he would be much happier to just simply cut out a piece , and weld in a new piece .

where the hammer and make a piece took many ..many hours ... I see a stock type floor pan only taking a few ..
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the replacement floor pan for my 64 is like $58.00. I would have to see one first before I would pay 125 for it. just my 2cents.
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the replacement floor pan for my 64 is like $58.00. I would have to see one first before I would pay 125 for it. just my 2cents.
well good thing you live here then huh ?
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