Falcon comet Ranchero floor pan - $10 (Phoenix)

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    Beats hammering out your own.
     
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    What? :p
     
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    That looks to be on the order of 22 or 24 gauge steel, quite a little thin for a floor pan, especially with a unibody car. Floors are typically 18 gauge, at least 20 gauge at the minimum.

    True - however, see the comment above about the material thickness.
     
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    wouldn't need a hammer to bend it in place at all 18 gauge and 16 is what i am using
     
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    Maybe that's why it's only $10.
     
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    Shame he doesn't have two of them. You could sammich them together like plywood and have a decent one.
     
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    Odds are, whatever the thickness of the steel, it's better than what you had. People are so picky. Me, I'd rather have solid floors that aren't as thick as stock, but look good, than swiss cheese floors.
     
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    Then sandblast and prep the existing holey one, and put the thin one on top!
     
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    May as well, for $10.
     
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    Maybe even for $20.
     
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    i like swiss with Mustard on it (3.85 a pound swiss )
    picky people ,just hate that when it happens
     
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    There's this restaurant in San Antonio's called Schilo's. Ben there over 100 years. They have the most kick'n hot mustard I've ever had. I put some on my sandwich and with each bite felt the burn up behind my eyes, which were watering like a fountain. Epic. I brought home two jars.
     
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    Try the mustard. Best value on the Riverwalk.
     
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