08-31-2012, 03:31 PM
Join Date: Jan 2011
Rod, I really like the looks of a roll pan. There is a couple points I would like to mention. The cross member for the OEM hitch will need to be removed. I would install a hidden hitch to help strengthen the rear frame rails and to retain towing ability. I choose a steel Sir Michaels roll pan. Next you need to decide on how you want to mount the pan. Choices are screwing it on or welding. Most shops want to screw mount the pan and it is the cheapest way to go and the pan can be removed and/or replaced easily if damaged. The down side is the gap between the tailgate and pan cannot be adjusted for a closer fit. Good luck, it'll look great!
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