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There's a guy that wants to sell me an Eliminator roll pan, but I can't find any info on them. Are they decent quality? The seller says you have to drill 5 holes on the bed to secure the top part and a couple of holes on the frame for the lower part. I may go back with a bumper later, so I don't want anything to be visible if I go back. And one last thing, with a spare relocator, I will be able to keep my spare down there, no? (I guess it drops it down or something?)

Sorry for all the questions, n00b here! :bowtie:
 

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holes in the frame for a roll pan?....i would tell him to take a flying leap IMO....

and yes you would hafta re-locate your spare tire in order for the pan to fit on there...youcan buy a kit to do this and it just moves it in in a little bit...

this guy and this pan sound a lil shady IMO....i would hold off and buy a nice one from Sir Mikes or Classic Custom
 

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holes in the frame for a roll pan?....i would tell him to take a flying leap IMO....

and yes you would hafta re-locate your spare tire in order for the pan to fit on there...youcan buy a kit to do this and it just moves it in in a little bit...

this guy and this pan sound a lil shady IMO....i would hold off and buy a nice one from Sir Mikes or Classic Custom
yeah that sounded a little scary for me. he said there are a couple of brackets on the lower section that hold it in place. I know nothing about roll pans. BTW, this is for a bolt-on one of course, not one you would glass/weld on...
 
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