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02-15-2012, 10:10 PM #1
So i was on this mission to get one of those Denali color match bumper looks for my silverado....priced out just getting rid of the chrome inserts and non painted replacements for those are like $265....A PIECE! So my question is does any one have a roll pan on their truck? And if so do they have pictures? I might be leaning towards that knowing that i cant do a good job painting that textured plastic on the bumper anyway....
11 Silverado Summit White Ext. Cab 5.3L Z71 9k miles
RC leveling kit
Jason fiberglass tonneau cover
Superchips 91 octane tune
Front air dam removed
6,000k lowbeams 6,000k fogs
color match bowties
color match mudflaps
20% tint all the way around
20% tinted 6in sunshade
Nitto terra grappler 275/70r17 (winter setup)
Chevy 22s with Bridgestone Alenza 285/45r22 (summer setup)
Kenwood DNX6180 indash
02-17-2012, 12:31 PM #2
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02-18-2012, 01:40 AM #6
Yah im trying to picture it you know? I just am trying to see if anyone has any opinions on them quality wise, and pictures of course haha. But i saw a white nnbs crew cab in Texas last summer that had roll pans on it and it looked good.
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Also im pretty sure if i went with the roll pan....my hitch would have to go?
02-18-2012, 03:35 PM #7
Hidden hitches sit behind the roll pan and the license plate usually flips down so you can connect the ball/receiver. I could have kept my stock hitch on but it would have stuck out under the roll pan and wouldn't look right.
I have a second truck to tow with so it wasnt a big deal for me.
02-18-2012, 04:02 PM #8
02-18-2012, 05:07 PM #9
I got the front valance and the roll pan from AutoAnything...they are made by Street Scene. No real cons...unless you need to have a hitch. The roll pan and the valance are made out of polypropylene - a plastic polymer.
Right after I had the roll pan painted and installed a lady backed into the the roll pan...it didnt do anything to the paint or the roll pan. It had enough flex that it came out ok. You just have to make sure that whoever paints it does a good prep job.
02-19-2012, 10:52 AM #10