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    I'm 5'7" 185lb. That also reminds me, I am doing a dash swap (not to be mentioned yet). Now that you said that super, I really think that might be the way to go now!!!!!!
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    my truck isnt body dropped, but i am about 6'1 and have been up to 280 at one point, and the extra knee room i got was great. With a tilt column and some sensible seats, i dont see a body drop being a problem for leg room

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    i did mine a little different.. built a whole new floor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phatfarmer2 View Post


    i did mine a little different.. built a whole new floor.
    Very nice. Do you have more pix on your build thread? I'll have to go look. I'm curious as to how it turned out around the pedals. Your seat mount straight to the floor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by oxsign View Post
    Very nice. Do you have more pix on your build thread? I'll have to go look. I'm curious as to how it turned out around the pedals. Your seat mount straight to the floor?
    http://www.blazinlow.com/forum/showt...-2011!/page122

    start on this page... seat has stock seat tracks..
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    Thanks, but after I posted I spent the last 3 hours going through both your builds on your blazer, lol. And I've come to the conclusion that I'm doing a traditional, thx.
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    My question is what is your floor covered in? Its not paint is it?
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    I think, iirc it's a liner (bed cover). I'll be hitting the JY's soon to start looking for 4 cavi buckets.

    Phat- And I hope you don't mind, but i want to steal one of your ideas. I would like to do my rear "bed sides" like you did and extend them. I also wanted to ask you, although I like the way yours turned out was there any reason you did "angle" the filler plates as appose to making a "step" when you open the door? This is how I would like to do mine, but I haven seen many (or at all) do the angled plates.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flnole78 View Post
    My question is what is your floor covered in? Its not paint is it?
    its covered in lizard skin.

    Quote Originally Posted by oxsign View Post
    I think, iirc it's a liner (bed cover). I'll be hitting the JY's soon to start looking for 4 cavi buckets.

    Phat- And I hope you don't mind, but i want to steal one of your ideas. I would like to do my rear "bed sides" like you did and extend them. I also wanted to ask you, although I like the way yours turned out was there any reason you did "angle" the filler plates as appose to making a "step" when you open the door? This is how I would like to do mine, but I haven seen many (or at all) do the angled plates.
    i have since removed the rear bedsides and roll pan and went back to a bumper. so no worries.. lol

    i did the step because its easier to make carpet for it, as well as it was more pleasing to my eyes rather then a weird looking angle plates.. the edges have a nice roll to them that transitions to the kick panel and seatbelt area nicely
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    Gotcha, I was just wondering about that and if there is enough room to give it enough "angle" to make a difference. 4" or more between the the door engde and the frame I think would be good. Anything less I don't think it would be worth putting an angle to it. It's one of those things "I'll find out when I get there", lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by phatfarmer2 View Post
    its covered in lizard skin.

    Wow, I had no idea lizard skin laid down so smooth, it looks almost like painted fiberglass in the pic on this page.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flnole78 View Post
    Wow, I had no idea lizard skin laid down so smooth, it looks almost like painted fiberglass in the pic on this page.
    wait in the pic posted in here? thats oem style Mercedes carpet with vinyl edging sewed on... lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by phatfarmer2 View Post


    i did mine a little different.. built a whole new floor.

    The glossy black floor in this pic is carpet???
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    ohh now i see it to, i thought it was paint too, what looks like glare from a rolled edge, is grey colored edging sewn in. Either way it looks bad ass

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    Yup, I thought the same thing, lol. Once you said the grey edge I saw it. But still, that's some shinny ass carpet, hahahaha.
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