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Cargo Deck #770069 12/06/06 02:46 PM
Joined: Sep 2005
Posts: 39
amerkinsquid Offline OP
Getting the Wheeling Fever
Can anyone point me in the right direction as to where I can get some replacement flooring for my Trooper? Ii need to repair the cargo deck and the drivers side floor under my seat. Any help will be appreciated.


1986 Trooper


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Re: Cargo Deck [Re: amerkinsquid] #770070 12/06/06 09:32 PM
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RobG Offline
Roll Me Over
are you talking about sheet metal repair? if so, you're not going to find any premade tins. You'd best get to your local metal yard, grab some sheet and starting bend/forming. This kind of repair is usually custom.

If carpeting is what you want, you'll likely be confined to OEM parts suppliers... or, just rip it all out and get the tube spray'd with truck bed liner.

-Rob

Re: Cargo Deck [Re: RobG] #770071 12/07/06 04:57 PM
Joined: Oct 2006
Posts: 69
lucasgreff Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
I had to replace the cargo floor around the interior wheel wells. I just used 20guage steel. I cut out the rusted portion. Laid it on the steel and traced it out. Cut that out and tacked it into place. Welded it all around. Ground it and painted it. You would never know it was there. Its relatively easy if its flat. If it's curved you will get to test your metal bending skills.
Good Luck
Lucas


86 Trooper II
Stock except for the Rust and dents that came with it. Restoration while being a daily Driver is in progress. Completed so Far-Front Brakes, Rear Brakes, Frame restoration, 1 1/2" lift shackles, custom front and rear bumpers
Re: Cargo Deck [Re: lucasgreff] #770072 12/07/06 10:17 PM
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rodeoredd Offline
Wheeler
if you are just talking about the carpet, here is a guy that replaced his cargo area with a protecta heavy weight cargo mat.

looks real sharp.

http://forum.planetisuzoo.com/viewtopic.php?t=6770&highlight=cargo+mat

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'99 Rodeo V6 4x4 w/ 8" lift, 33" TrXus MT
4.77, Aussie Locked rear, 8500lb winch, custom rack, custom winch bumper, ProComp lights, 230,000km
http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2231794
Re: Cargo Deck [Re: amerkinsquid] #770073 12/08/06 01:13 AM
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JLEMOND Offline
Body Damage is Cool
THOSE PANELS FOR THE REAR FLOOR WERE AVAILABLE
THE LEFT REAR WAS 48.00 AND THE RT SIDE WAS 35.00 BUT THE LARGE CENTER SECTION WAS 351.00

894495 5841 LFT
894188 7282 RT
894188 2262 CENT//


JERRY

Re: Cargo Deck [Re: JLEMOND] #770074 12/08/06 03:19 AM
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maxwell417 Offline
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I cut my needed pieces out of my parts truck <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

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More of my formerly rusty floor and fenders.


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