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Unread 04-21-2015, 01:57 PM   #1
Guy Smilie
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Floor Pan Replacement questions

Well I'm getting to my floor pans and I'm finding the supports under the pans are in need repair or replacing. My plan was to cut out the old floor, put the new in and then turn the tub to get to the supports. Is this the way to do it? Are the supports coming from the trans tunnel connected to the sides. If they are mine may be rotted on the drivers side. Haven't gotten to the passenger side.






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