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Front Floor Panel Replacement

Discussion in '1969-1972 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by therobzilla, Dec 4, 2001.

  1. therobzilla

    therobzilla 1/2 ton status

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    Another question,

    It's time to replace both floor panels on my 72 Blazer. I am not a welder, and I need these panels desperately repalced before I can continue with the final steps of finishing my Blazer. It's been a while since I wheeled and I'm dying for a trip.

    Back on track. Anyway, I need to find either a member or a member who knows someone to replace these panels. I am willing to work right along side who ever is repairing is needed. Instead of picking up the yellow pages, I would sure like to use someone who a member has used or you know "Know a Guy who Knows a Guy" secenaro, that need some Christmas spending money.

    I live in Tempe, AZ and am up for sugestions.

    HELP!!!

    Thanks in advance.

    therobzilla

    therobzilla@hotmail.com

    <P ID="edit"><FONT class="small">Edited by therobzilla on 12/04/01 12:14 AM.</FONT></P>
     
  2. 72Blazerod

    72Blazerod 1/2 ton status

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    Sorry I can't help with the welding. But I was wondering where is a good place to get quality replacement floors? I would like to do the same thing this winter.

    Good luck in your quest,

    Rod

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  3. blazin72

    blazin72 1/2 ton status

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    I made the ones for my floor, went to a heavier gage metel.
    Took some time, If you can find replacement thats the way to go welding it in is the easy part. If I lived closer I would help
    Good luck

    Blazin 72
    1972 K5 350 vortec, 4 inch lift, with nothing else important.
     

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