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Old 03-11-2013, 01:12 PM
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Floor pans 1959 F100

Does anyone know of anybody other that LMC that build floor pans for a 1959 F100. It would be even better if you know if they are available in Canada. That way the freight is less
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Subscribing to this. LMC is the only place I've found them, and they're about double what I'm used to spending.
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I got mine here. Good guys, give em a call.

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beautiful truck. How was the fit? They are priced a fair bit less than LMC? Did you have to replace your front floor braces as well?
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what did you do for a floor in the box. Mine is rough, and replacement floor doesn't seem to exist. I can find a new from Ford floor panel that is the same size (other than mount) but could easily plug and fill them) any suggestions
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beautiful truck. How was the fit? They are priced a fair bit less than LMC? Did you have to replace your front floor braces as well?
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They have floor braces as well. The floor pieces are not an exact OEM match, but they work fine.

Like I said, best to call and discuss with them. They are not as internet savy as some suppliers.
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what did you do for a floor in the box. Mine is rough, and replacement floor doesn't seem to exist. I can find a new from Ford floor panel that is the same size (other than mount) but could easily plug and fill them) any suggestions
My box floor was fine, has a few dings, but not bad. I am sure you could find pickup bed floor that you could make work, but I don't know of any that is made for our trucks specifically.
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