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Temporarily I welded in a set of toyota b rear tubs, that was fine until I relized that they didnt provide enough clearance, so they are coming out for sure. I have a half a sheet of 16 gauge still left over so I was going to do something with it, but since I'm dealing with 16 gauge its goin to be hard as hell to bend this into shape, so I was thinking about just welding in square tubs smooth with the upper bedrail, that should provide enough clearance for about any wheel of choice. Does anyone have any pics of a nice looking bed floor for ideas?? lol I cant even make sense of what I typed, I hope you all figure out what I'm asking for.....
 

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lower your floor pan where the seats bolt in at so you wont lose any head room with that extra metal...sheet metal the whole bed sssmmmooooootttthhhh later on.
 

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I'm not really going to worry about lowering the seats right now (too much cutting and welding) because later on I want to get a set of those uncomfortable racing seats, they should be low enough to keep me out of the roof, lol I'm not that big of a guy so its not a big deal.

What I was thinking is making it to where the top of the tub goes smooth with the bedrail like I said earlier and then the sides going down at an angle to where its not a complete square. I dont quite know yet, I guess I'll figure it out sometime in the next couple of weeks, it sucks my drop is going to have to be stopped for a week because I'm going up to Indiana to see my mom, and check out my next truck, an older s-10 FREEBIE!
 

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Most racing seats dont really lower you that much(my .02). I have them in my truck and i actually think my stock seats are about the same height.
 
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