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    Rusted Out Floor

    Its time to put in a new floor in my Cherokee, it is a 1993, I was wondering if u guys had any tips, did you us a floor pan and where did u order it from, i would be replacing both sides, thanks for the help

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    make sure you get rid of all the rust, or as much as you can. i would recommend treating the floor withe por 15 once you're done with the patching.

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    Raybuck floor pans are thicker than the stock sheet metal and are perfectly formed. The cheaper floor pans use thin sheet metal and you have to hammer the spit out of them so they will fit correctly. I used Unibody Panel Adhesive from a body shop supply house. Panel Adhesive is super strength epoxy.

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    If it's bad like mine was, then go with floor pans. They already somewhat fit, and they are beaded so they are stronger then a plain ol sheet of metal. The ones I bought didn't have any holes in them for drains, so I bought some boat plugs and drilled a couple holes and put in the boat plugs.

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    depending on what you use your jeep for I would replace the whole pan and have it coated in a bed liner or something similar.

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    dont go for the cheap ones.


 
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