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Replacement floor pan in a 1994

Yendor94

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Has anyone tried/installed a first gen replacement floor pan in a second gen truck? If so, which areas have fitment problems?
 


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Thanks Franklin2. I saw that thread but it didn't sound like anyone had actually done a second gen pan installation. I can get by with fiberglass on the passengers side but the drivers side would go a lot better with a pan replacement. I may go ahead and order a pan and see how it goes.
Pan1.jpgPan2.jpg
 

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You should remove the side kick panels. There will be more rust up there.
 

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Thanks, I have. Took the photos before I removed them as well as the sound deadening. Passengers side is solid. Drivers side is somewhat missing.
 

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I would not be afraid to order that older panel. I just put one in my 84 Bronco II. That was the proper application and it still needed some hammer work and cutting to fit correctly. I am sure you could do some bending and cutting and make the older panel fit. That rib pattern in the middle of yours looks a little different. But I am thinking if you cut all your rib pattern out, the other panel would lay in there better after you did some bending and trimming.
 

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Definitely going to remove everything on the driver side. I want to expose the floor supports for wire brushing, ospho, and paint. I might just go ahead and order pans for both sides.
 

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I just get metal ... And make it less rusty-ish.


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