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08-31-2014 05:34 AM
Jkilbert You have a Jeep, the floor pan is a good place to start learning. It's really easy with a 110v wire feed welder. Im not the best but was able to teach my 17yo how to,do it. I bought my floor pan from RockAuto Parts Catalog , they're a lot less expensive than anyone else.
08-31-2014 05:16 AM
PharaohMoe I'm not comfortable with welding and I need to get both floorpans replaced, Anyone know what would be a good price to get these replaced. I already have them for my 95, I just don't want to overpay someone to do the job.
07-02-2013 09:25 PM
KyleB1996
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Originally Posted by Defcon 1 View Post

How bad is the rotting? Do you really need a compete floor pan entirely? Even if you rivet in some sheetmetal, you can heavily coat the floor with Bedliner like you said, which will stop the rusting completely.
Its just rusted almost through on the plane that is parallel to the ground. The rest is in really good shape. I was planning on cutting out the bad spots and then riveting the new pan over it, then spray some Bedliner on.
07-02-2013 08:36 PM
Jeeptrd When my brother had my jeep he riveted a piece and it lasted a little while but never seemed solid. The floor pans don't cost too much, are bead rolled and bent to fit. You can do the other way too if you just need to get by, but if given the chance, do it right
07-02-2013 08:04 PM
Defcon 1
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I was also told that bed-liner was something to think about?.. Is it a good idea to spray the floor with a few cans afterward?
How bad is the rotting? Do you really need a compete floor pan entirely? Even if you rivet in some sheetmetal, you can heavily coat the floor with Bedliner like you said, which will stop the rusting completely.
07-02-2013 06:37 PM
KyleB1996 I was also told that bed-liner was something to think about?.. Is it a good idea to spray the floor with a few cans afterward?
07-02-2013 10:29 AM
Jeeptrd It's not a bad repair if you're comfortable with welding. The floor pans that they sell fit the whole foot well but I squared up the hole where there was still good metal and used it as a template for the repair piece. It also goes easier if you remove all seats carpet and the gas pedal. Plus it gives you a chance to look at the rest of the floor especially under the seats. Afterwards use sealer on the seams and undercoat underneath.
07-02-2013 09:34 AM
Wranglin4Life Key Parts Inc. 0480-225L - Original Replacement Stamped Steel Front Driver Side Floor Pan for 76-95 Jeep® CJ-7 & Wrangler YJ - Quadratec
07-02-2013 01:33 AM
Jdrice82 Get yourself some spot weld cutters.
07-01-2013 10:16 PM
KyleB1996
Floor pan replacement

I need to replace a floor pan on the drivers side of my '92 wrangler or it will be a Flinstone- mobile pretty soon. Any tips, tricks or things I should need or look for?

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