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    Registered User jbyrnes06's Avatar
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    Rollpan?!

    Just got a rollpan, ordered it from ebay and all it came with was those 3 pieces.vvvv do i need to order any kind of brackets or what? can i just use the bolts or whatever that are already on my truck??:confused:


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    Looks like a Street Scene pan.

    You can try contacting them at

    Street Scene ™ Equipment
    365 McCormick Avenue
    Costa Mesa, CA 92626 Toll Free: 888-477-0707
    Phone: 714-426-0590
    Fax: 714-426-0591

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    More like an ECC knock off. Yes you take off you're factory bumper ends and just reuse the hardware to put the new sides on. Then you cut off roughly 3" from the back of the frame so the pan can be installed. I used self tappers to attach the top of the pan to the body. You can do whatever you please to attach the sides to the pan piece.

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