|08-15-2009 01:01 AM|
|06-15-2009 06:28 PM|
|06-09-2009 11:51 AM|
I had a 1963 Chevy truck with 3 layers of full length rubber floor mats. They kept my feet off the pavement.
Didn't want to drive using the Fred Flintstone method.
|06-09-2009 11:21 AM|
|thaduke2003||Meh- the guy turned into a jerk- would only give $200 off despite "forgetting" to mention that it's got bald ass tires, the hole in the floor, a salvage title... yeah- f that Thanks anyways! Mark W.|
|06-08-2009 10:27 PM|
|beardown||por 15 is great for stoping the rust from getting worse.. if theres good size hole id fix it though|
|06-06-2009 01:07 PM|
|mcsean1995wrangler||hey , ya floor pans run $46 at jcwhitney.com but what i am doing cause i have the same problem cause of carpets (i hate carpets), but anywho cutting and grinding all rust and sand a few inches outside of the rust and spot weld a peice of sheet metal caulk it up top and bottum then undercoat few bucks, but i plan on puttin bedliner in my whole tub pretty soon so nothin else gets rusty|
|06-06-2009 11:48 AM|
Ok- so I've found a nice, red '94 4.0 with 5-speed. Rides pretty nice, looks good- no rust EXCEPT a nice size hole in the driver's side floor. I was wondering, how much will this run to fix? Would I need a new floorpan, or can I put a plate on it or somesuch? The price is right, the miles aren't bad, and the rest of the Jeep is in good shape- he said the old top leaked right over the hole. It's not big enough for me to put a hand through. Thanks in advance Mark W.