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post #31 of 44 Old 05-15-2012, 08:06 AM
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It looks like it only has one rib instead of two. Are there any other companies making it with one?
I bought one from Quadratec a few years ago, and it only has one rib. Others who were buying at the same time (most people, in fact), theirs have two ribs.

No idea why. Maybe they shipped one from another supplier to me because they were low at the time?


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post #32 of 44 Old 06-10-2012, 10:56 AM
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We just released re-designed front floor pans today for the CJ-7 and YJ Wranglers and they are a MUCH better fit.
c2cfab... does the new style pan have the upward curved area at the rear edge so that the weld junction will be made at a point on the upper platform area where the seat frame is bolted to the floor? Looking at the photo on the website it appears it does but I can't tell for sure how much tab is on the rearward edge.

In the attached photo you can see how far back the old style floor pan goes... if the new style pan includes the horizontal "S" curve I may hold off on installing the ones I purchased from you a couple months ago and order a couple of the new style pans.

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post #33 of 44 Old 06-10-2012, 07:59 PM
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I just noticed the other day that mine, which are the entire side (front & back floor), 18" wide, doesn't have the forward step up next to the tranny tunnel. The smaller step just continues thru and guarantees you have to notch those panels where the forward one steps out. You can see it in your pic above where you had to notch that corner also.

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post #34 of 44 Old 06-11-2012, 06:15 PM
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Well, I actually didn't have to cut out the notched area, it was cut out during the panel manufacturing process. I think I'm going to need to fabricate and butt-weld a curved corner piece extending upward from the notch... the original floor is almost rusted through right where the edge of the notch is located. I'll have the same problem on the driver's side too. I also have c2c replacment panels for the areas directly beneath the seats but the front edges of those aren't going to be long enought to extend over and down the slope so it can be welded to the new floor pan on the lower level. If the new style panel doesn't extend upward and back then I'll have to find some material to complete the connection between the two floor levels.
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These guys have some, if they are the ones you want.

http://www.classicent.com/jeep.php#7695

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I know the OP wanted to know about C2C, and I can't help there, but Classic Enterprises is a standup company with amazing customer service and a fantastic product. I have been treated very well by them, and you can rest easy that their parts are 100% made in the USA and with loving care.
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post #36 of 44 Old 06-12-2012, 10:41 AM
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That's where my floor panels are from and they don't have that stepped forward area. They do have curved up are in front of the seat but that's because it's the entire floor from rear riser to firewall. I'll probably end up forming some new metal for that area like flashpoint had said.

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post #37 of 44 Old 12-20-2012, 02:50 PM
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Hello everyone, My name is Dave. I am the owner of the Canadian company that makes automotive rust repair panels. We are called Globe Manufacturing Ltd and are located in Windsor Ontario. We also have a US company called Nor/Am Auto Body Parts. We have been in business for over 32 years making auto body parts. We make all the product listed on our website and are the mysterious source that supplies Cross Canada and Sherman. In the US we sell mostly to large companies and have just recently started a website. Our reputation is second to none. Let me know if you need any further information.
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post #38 of 44 Old 05-06-2013, 03:32 PM
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I just ordered a windsheild frame from C2C just the other day..I am very skeptical ..however the cheap price and shipping make up for any "fitment" I may have to perform..will post more when part arrives
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Last month I ordered front and rear floor pans from c2c for a 1980 CJ7. The pans are not die stamped like the originals, instead they are formed using traditional sheet metal working techniques this means that the breaks are more angular than curved on the transitions. After cutting out old metal and installing new pans the floor pans matched so it was not noticeable that they were not curved like the originals. I think they look good and fit fine. I can't post pics here yet but if anyone wants to see ill email them to you.

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post #40 of 44 Old 05-09-2013, 07:38 PM
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Windsheild frame arrived today..stamped made Taiwan ,however appears to be of decent quality.double ribbed at the bottom... Box had a sticker "Sherman industries"..will test fit tomorrow and post results..
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Painted and installed C2C windsheild frame...fit nice ,all the hole for visors ect.were there ...no complaints ...
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Last month I ordered front and rear floor pans from c2c for a 1980 CJ7. The pans are not die stamped like the originals, instead they are formed using traditional sheet metal working techniques this means that the breaks are more angular than curved on the transitions. After cutting out old metal and installing new pans the floor pans matched so it was not noticeable that they were not curved like the originals. I think they look good and fit fine. I can't post pics here yet but if anyone wants to see ill email them to you.
I was thinking about buying the c2c rear pans and would love to see some pictures. My email is jbbeagle3@yahoo.com. Did the ribs match up the same? What do you think about the quailty. Thanks
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post #43 of 44 Old 05-28-2014, 09:02 AM
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Any updates on C2C?

I see that this thread is a little aged, but I'm in the market to replace all the floor plans and wheel housings. Great prices and overall reviews seem favorable on C2C. Just wondering if anyone has any updated reviews and thoughts?

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post #44 of 44 Old 05-29-2014, 10:13 AM
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I didn't like the way the c2c pans looked. I wanted them to match the OEM. I used the key parts pans from quadratec and they matched really good. If I were to do it again I would probably use the ones from classic enterprises
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