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Cab Floor replacement

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Terry633, Jun 17, 2005.

  1. Terry633

    Terry633 Registered Member

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    Got some catalogs for repair panels and they have panels listed for Pickup floors. Will they fit a blazer? If not any ideas who carries them?
    1972 model.
     
  2. GM Man

    GM Man 1/2 ton status

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    Stay away from lmc!! Their junk is thin walled cheap chinese crap, wish I would have never put it in my truck. Check out goodmark or year one..
     
  3. Russell

    Russell LB7 Tahoe Status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    I just made my own patches out of an old hood. Worked real well!

    However, I'd think that the patches for a pickup would fit a K5 :)
     
  4. Terry633

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    thanks

    Terry
     
  5. uglyangelracing

    uglyangelracing 1/2 ton status

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    Does anyone know a good company for replacement bed floor on an 85 k5. Ive replaced the cab floors, rockers, cabmount support, seatbelt anchor panel,fenders, inner fenders, hood, and doors. The truck is 99% done. This is the last part I need and would like to find a one piece floor and not use 3 patch panels. All of the panels are GM replacements Ive bought on EBay or at swap meets. I cant find a web site to see if GM even carries this as one piece. Thanks for any help you maybe able to offer.
     
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    1-ton 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    I think all of the aftermarket suppliers of OEM replacment parts (LMC, Year One, Goodmark, Classic Industries, GMC Pauls, Harmons, Metro Parts, and even JC Whitney) all use the same stuff. If you look at all their prices for things such as fenders and door shells, they are all close to the same. How could anybody sell a better quality part for the same price as someone else that does not?
     
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    search for Blazer Floor on ebay, some dude is selling a complete floor he took out of a K5.
     
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    Yeah that guy is a dope. The one from LMC, JC Whitney, Veng, Etc. only costs $229 and thats with shipping. Thats for brand new. Why would I pay $20 more plus what ever he charges for shipping for a used floor?
     
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    because it is 1 solid piece and not 3 pieces.

    i can see spending the money for the $300 floor, but the other guy who wants $600 is high as a kite.
     

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