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Old 11-18-2011, 12:53 PM
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LMC Floorpan patchs

Has anyone used the LMC floor pan patch panels?
Do they have factory stamping or are they a flat panel with a few beads rolled in them as drawn in the catalog?
I can get 16 ga steel here locally, and I've got a buddy with a HD bead roller.
I would like the factory stampings if you know where they are available.
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I used LMC floor pans for my '60. They were pretty decent. Of course you will have to cut to fit your particular need. I believe the rolled portion was a little different from OEM. They probably could be made if you have access to what you need. If you look closely at the LMC catalog, the drawing portrays them in the wrong places. The big curved edge goes towards the outside and not towards the center of the cab. I used there floor pans but repaired my existing cab braces under the drivers feet. I guess we all do things a little differently. Part of the fun in my opinion.
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