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    Talking Installing My New Ecc Roll Pan

    Here are a few pics of my ecc roll pan, still got to cut the frame and put the rear bumper on which i am doing tomorrow,











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    Looking good :smoker:

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    Lookin good. Time to break out the sawzall. The driver side bolts are a PITA!
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    cool man


    2 things one i found if you take the l bracket " at the bottom of the wheel well opening" and just move it up one hole you can use it on the ecc side skirts to keep them from cracking. if you look they move a lot. that l bracket will keep them in place. so you just use the lower hole on the bracket and the oper hole on the blazer then just drill a hole in the side skirt. i hope that helped and not confused you lol

    and 2 remove the under body's:D

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    yep, need those brackets, the help alot. Are you going to mold the skirts and pan together? if so SEM sells an ABS filler that works killer and will alow you to use some Rage spot putty. I suggest you get it all into position, rivet the pan to the side skirts, SEM abs weld, SEM abs filler, spot filler, Prime, wet sand, unbolt the side skirts to the bottom threads possible and unbolt the pan (so that it hangs off the truck a little. Mask of the truck, and paint it on the truck, as one piece. Wet sand if needed, but be carefull pan is too smooth will not match the truck.

    Dont worry about the underbody, ever body needs some mexican on there ride. Always had underbody neons, and always will.
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    lol dude i love my underbodys i got them on still even with the roll pan :) and suncad i think i did something similar to what you told me but i got it finished lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by GOTDUBZ View Post
    Lookin good. Time to break out the sawzall. The driver side bolts are a PITA!
    dude you was not lyin lol but got it done tho

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    :lame: Making claims that you made progress with no pics....:lame:

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    Roll Pan is DOne, Just needs paint and i need to straightn my plate lol




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    looks good man
    pic's of what my blazer used to be
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    Looks good, are you planning on leaving it like that or molding them into one piece?

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    idk man, do you think i should seems pretty hard

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    its really shouldnt be hard to do, get some SEM quick set urathane and it should be pretty easy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellisx3 View Post
    idk man, do you think i should seems pretty hard
    I would be afraid it would crack.... The body has a bit of flex to it... I think thats why the factory did not make them a one peice....
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    If it was easy it wouldnt be cool...lol... Urethane is already super flexable. That should not be an issue. The more you do to make it your own, the more people will notice.

    Dont be like me and get the damb thing painted and wish you would have molded it first...lol
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