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Jason RIP
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I'm going to be ordering my rollpan, and wondering which I should go with .. the Custom Classic is cheaper by about $70, but the Sir Michaels comes with the light were Custom Classic charges you $8.

I have only had experience with the Sir Michaels .. I know they come far from finished, have to do a lot of body work to fill in the area where it is welded, etc ... how does it compare to the Custom Classic?
 

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Sevenfold said:
It's all about personal preference. I like SM better... the license plate area looks cleaner in my opinion.
I agree, it's all about personal preference.. but Custom's Classics is better! :ninja:

:LOL: na.. I actually THOUGHT I was ordering a Sir Michales (atleast that's what I was told) but come to find out I got a Customs Classic one and I like it better! :anitoof: I like the CC shaping around the liscense plate..
 

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My Sir Mikes pan is currently being done. :head:
 

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IntroWheels said:
My Sir Mikes pan is currently being done. :head:
There's no denying that they are good, but they don't come out of the box ready to paint and bolt on. If you are molding it in, this really isn't an issue anyways. If money is an issue, the CC pan is definately the way to go.
 

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Exactly, I am shaving mine in, so it works nicely.
 

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Ya, its been a bitch trying to get the hoops in. I always take care of other peoples orders first so I keep letting them go instead of building my wheels.
 

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i just got my sir mikes pan the other day and it's a perfect stamp, if i wasnt gonna mold it in it would be ready to paint and bolt on out of the box. I didnt get the lisence plate box in it cause i have other plans for that so im not sure how well of a job sir michaels does with that but otherwise im more than happy with it. There tailight fillers on the the other hand are a lil shaky. gona take some trimmin and some hammerin but they will do
 

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LowBlue02 said:
Sir Mikes are the best, and how could you not weld your pan in? :nono: :bowtie:
I 2nd that, when it comes to rollpans, the only one I would ever go with is Sir Mikes. Remember you pay for what you get. I have had mine welded in for over a year and am completely happy.
Evan
 
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