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    Guys... girls... I need help. Just got my truck back from frame shop... ready to weld in new floors. Are the floor panels from the blazer the same as a truck? Granted, I know very little about sheet metal. I am the middle man unfortunately, but my body man is telling me the parts dont fit. And the guy that I bought them for say they are the same. From what I've seen nothing is even close, but I'm not a body guy
     
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    what part of the floor? front foot wells? bed section?
     
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    Sorry for the vague post... stressing a little at the moment. Front floor boards.. and I bought what I thought was the foot wells for the rear seat, but im being told it doesn't fit either... lol. I pretty much needed to replace the entire floor panel under the front seats. Except for trans tunnel.
     
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    if you bought front floor panels for a 91 pickup, they will not work unless they were for the old body style crew cab or a suburban. 1988 is when the truck bodies changed.
     
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    What I bought says 73-87 pu. But it doesn't fit my truck... 91 blazer
     
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    That's what has me freaked out right now.
     
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    any chance of posting pictures of how/whats not fitting?
     
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    Sorry for the jumbled pics... as you can see, I need virtually the entire floor. I am going off what body man said... the pan in the pic is what is claimed not to fit. Lip on the rear?? I am being told that pans for 87 truck and my 91 blazer are not the same. Rears are a whole different story

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    I can get better info after I actually see the truck in person. Thank you all for taking the time to help
     
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    Thank you for all the help.. its getting there!
     

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