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post #1 of 11 Old 06-18-2019, 10:36 PM Thread Starter
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Show your 2nd Gen Roll Pans

After a lot of searching, I am not finding a much detailed info on different roll pans, other than manufacturer pictures or Google images with no brand info. Photos of unpainted ones, off the vehicle don't do much for visual effect.

I've been looking at the Goodmark brand, but there are literally hundreds on Amazon/Ebay with similar looks.
I'm interested with one having the license plate cutout, but welcome all pictures for future reference.

Would anyone be interested in sharing a picture of theirs along with the brand & any fitment issues/opinions you have?

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This roll pan is from Street Scene. I know it is not on the truck because it is a work in progress. It fit nice and easy to install. They have several different ones.

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Thanks for the info... I'm still trying to decide on the brand.

I saw that pan online also. It was one of the more expensive options out there.

Anyone else want to share their pictures??
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You can buy this one w/ or w/o license plate cut out (metal)
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rocking a generic OE roll pan, may change it up later on.
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Airbagit.com with LEDs
styles with license cutouts are available as well


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You can buy this one w/ or w/o license plate cut out (metal)
I wish i could get away without the license plate cutout, but it's sort of a necessary evil... Not sure I want to go to the effort of a motorized hideaway plate, but it would look nice.

Thanks guys, I appreciate the feedback.
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This is the one I have, the second one as someone backed into me in a parking lot. Fit is good, I'm very happy with it, has a hidden hitch behind it as well.


https://www.ebay.com/itm/1994-2003-S...MAAOxydlFS4c0x


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I also mounted a backup camera in it.





I hope this helps, I think it's a nice option for the price. Getting it painted was more expensive than the part, but quality paint is not cheap.

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Awesome, thanks.... I was looking at that one also.

Was it pretty straight? I do not want to spend hours taking out ripples etc.
Hoping to basically sand, prime & paint.

Did you bolt it on, or tack weld it to the bed?
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Thanks guys....

Most metal pans seem to have a similar recess around the plate with the exception of the GM factory style, which has similar curves to a factory bumper.
I was expecting to find more varying designs to choose from, but most other brands basically look alike with the exception of the Street Scene Urethane pans or ones without a plate recess.

The factory bumper is doing nothing for me looks wise & has to go.

Next question would be to continue the stripes from the tailgate onto the pan?
I'm thinking it may be a bit overkill.
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