For Sale FJ45LV floors

woytovich

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As I am FINALLY giving some serious thought to getting started on my 66FJ45LV I am thinking it might be nice to replace the flat steel replacement floors patched in by some PO with original floors... I know there have been a couple of "parts" LV surfacing lately and I thought I'd ask if any have decent floors that might be for sale - a long shot on both counts I'm sure but it never hurts....
I'd be looking for the passenger compartment floors, my cargo are ok....
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treerootCO

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I still have one down there, just need to find out where he moved to. I'll see if I can get more made.
 
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I've got LV floors and a front seat I cut out , rusty but could be used for parts or templet . Front floors- all thats left is seat bracket , rear floors pretty complete . I'll try to post pics later to day.
I'm grafting in FJ62 floors
 

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This isn't going to pan out. The supplier said they didn't have any rib dies that were close in size to the LV specs I provided them. Custom dies would cost a fortune.

I'm working on getting some front pans made now. They'll just be flat sheet with the ribs stamped in them. I can do the rest of the fab work and I reckon the rest of you guys could too. I'll let you guys know if it pans out (pun intended)
 
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What wait I already cut my old floors out thinking the impossible was going to happen next thing your going to tell me is the tooth fairy isn't real . I guess I'm back to making them myself.
 

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Actually, the next thing I have to say is that another sheet metal guy stepped up and said he may be able to make it happen. I wouldn't exactly call this an impossible endeavor. These floor pans aren't very complicated.

No promises, though.
 
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