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Thread: Raw Roll Pan for 2nd Gen Blazer = teh Suck!!!!! Please Read!!!!!

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    Minitruckin alcoholic BlazinLowChik's Avatar
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    Originally posted by x_concepts
    [COLOR=blue]I dont mean anything by what Im saying, but Its hard for me to even imagine a girl working on a car farless fabricating shit... I guess I havnt been hanging around the right ones...
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    here's the only pic that I have of it.....:bigthumb: :p:

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    that really sucks man... i was planning on getting it but waited for few people to get it and try it out. hopefully other companys will try and produce a better quality pan sometime soon!!
    I WONDER WHY NOONE ELSE MAKES IT???
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    probably copy righted and all that good shit.
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    Originally posted by BlazinLowChik
    here's the only pic that I have of it.....:bigthumb: :p:
    That looks good. Mine are kind of like that but just a little bit shorter: they are right on the tgate line. Foedoblazer did a good job cutting them.

    Thanx for the inspiration. Now I will try to finish them over the 4 day weekend thats coming up and post some pix.

    I like your ride, but didnt you wreck it a couple of months ago? Is it all fixed now or does it still need work?
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    Originally posted by TWIZTID EXTREME

    I WONDER WHY NOONE ELSE MAKES IT???
    It would take some time and alot of work, but you could make one yourself. And it would cost you alot cheaper.
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    i m about to start fabricating my own, I ordered the factory s10 rollpan and I m gettin the pieces behind the wheels off an s10

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    anybody know where i can get those s10 bumber ends besides junkyard cuz there aint shit around here. Imma do my own custom to.

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    heres a pic of those s10 bumber ends on this guys blaza.
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    Yea that should turn out to be pretty clean looking. I thought about doing that, but.... I dont know... kind of want to keep things simple on the blazer and use it as my daily driver. But when I get another one, Ill go crazy on it.

    Ive only been in this "trucking" world for just a little over a year, but I have collected and came up with so many ideas that I could probably build 10 totally different blazers if I had enough money...
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    i have the smooth raw roll pan on my jimmy, and it fits perfect. check it out, im very pleased.
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    it has to be said.

    that license plate is awesome.

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    But I dont really like the vette style lights...
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    blazin low chick or x concepts, where did you cut the plastic peice to shorten it? ive looked at mine and thought of a few differnt way, but cant decide which its best. thanks

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    I have a big spoon! I sent an email

    "I was looking around for parts, did a search and your site popped up. I did some more searching and your name isnt doing so good. Seems theres alot of product issues with fitment and poor quality fiberglass parts with ripples and just plain waves in materials as well as poor service and extremely long waits. You seem to have some high quality stuff but word of mouth is what really gets stuff going, and more so the internet today. Just wanted to let you know. I was looking to get a ragtop and rollpan for my blazer and might have to go elsewhere, Im kinda scared off. I hear Street Beats are nice, sorry"
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    Whats that about???

    Originally posted by 94flamds10blazr
    I have a big spoon! I sent an email

    "I was looking around for parts, did a search and your site popped up. I did some more searching and your name isnt doing so good. Seems theres alot of product issues with fitment and poor quality fiberglass parts with ripples and just plain waves in materials as well as poor service and extremely long waits. You seem to have some high quality stuff but word of mouth is what really gets stuff going, and more so the internet today. Just wanted to let you know. I was looking to get a ragtop and rollpan for my blazer and might have to go elsewhere, Im kinda scared off. I hear Street Beats are nice, sorry"
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