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Old 11-29-2007, 03:44 PM
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Floor pans

I am putting in new floor pans. The old one are completly gone.
What do you use between the pan and the frame? I notice there is some pieces of rubber burlap looking pads. I just do not have enough left.
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pan pads

Moving to body exterior as replacing floor pans is in that forum..Actually what you need is some rubber belting like conveyor belt or even an old truck flap and cut some strips or shapes that you need and put them between the pan and the frame in way of the body mounts..

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WHat kind of vehicle is it that you are working on? That would have made a big difference in the answer to that question.

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I am restoring an 36 - 2 door plymouth. My dad just finshed a 34 ford coupe. (5 window) We live in Williamsburg VA,. I see you live in Newport News.
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