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Fits: 1997-2003 Ford F150

PART# 104730

Material: Urethane
Retail: $179.00
$128.88
Qty: Each


Fits: 97-03 Ford F-Series

PART# RP97FF150

Material: Fiberglass
$106.15
Qty: Each


Fits: 80-96 Ford F150 LD, 80-96 Ford F250 LD

PART# CWR-8096F

Material: Fiberglass
$114.90
Qty: Each


Fits: 97-03 Ford F150 LD, 97-03 Ford F250 LD

PART# CWR-9699FS

Material: Fiberglass
$114.90
Qty: Each


Fits: 93-04 Ford Ranger

PART# CWR-9397RG

Material: Fiberglass
$114.90
Qty: Each


Fits: 97-02 Ford F150

PART# 37-3016

Material: Urethane
$101.89
Qty: Each


Fits: 80-96 Ford F150 LD, 80-96 Ford F250 LD

PART# CWR-8096FS

Material: Fiberglass
$114.90
Qty: Each


Fits: 97-02 Ford Expedition

PART# CWR-97EXP

Material: Fiberglass
$114.90
Qty: Each


Fits: 97-03 Ford F150

PART# RPF-100

Material: Fiberglass
$147.08
Qty: Each


Fits: 97-03 Ford F150 LD, 97-03 Ford F250 LD

PART# CWR-9699F

Material: Fiberglass
$114.90
Qty: Each


Fits: 04-08 Ford F150 LD

PART# CWR-04F

Material: Fiberglass
$114.90
Qty: Each


Fits: 94-05 Ford Ranger Stepside / Splash

PART# RP160BC

Material: Steel
Price: $123.00
Qty: Each

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At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Ford roll pans to ensure that you have every roll pan option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of Ford roll pans, so that whether you are looking for a cheap Ford roll pan or a steel roll pan or anything in between, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Ford roll pan needs!


WHY TO BUY?
Roll pans and trucks go together like peas and carrots, and are often one of the first things that owners install on their trucks. They can really clean up the lines, and look great on lowered, lifted, and even stock height vehicles. If you're tired of looking at that ugly rear bumper, a roll pan will completely transform the look of your ride for the better.
DID YOU KNOW?
Roll pans can be made of steel, fiberglass, or urethane plastic depending on the manufacturer. If you plan to mold your roll pan into your bed instead of just bolting it on, it's usually best to buy a roll pan that is made of the same material as your bed. For example, a steel roll pan can be welded to a steel bed, but it obviously can't be welded to a fiberglass or composite plastic bed. If you plan to just bolt on your roll pan, any type will work just fine. In addition, if you plan to do any towing, a "hidden" hitch can be installed behind the roll pan where it will remain unseen and keep the rear end uncluttered.
FAQ's
Q: What is a roll pan? Why buy a roll pan?
A: A roll pan is a rear "fascia" many truck owners buy to replace that factory metal rear bumper. The roll pan gives a truck a much more custom, clean look as compared to the bulky factory metal bumper. Of course, by replacing the factory bumper with a roll pan, you lose the functionality of using the bumper as a step.

Q: How do you install a roll pan?
A: According to Wiki Answers: "You will need to take off the tailgate by first disconnecting the tailgate support cables on either side. You can usually half-open the tailgate and one side will be able to slide up and off. (See repair or owners manual for proper removal on your vehicle). Now that the tailgate is off, disconnect all wiring leading to rear bumper for license plate light, tow packages, etc. Next, remove rear bumper via the brackets attached at the frame (usually 3 or 4 bolts). This will completely remove your stock rear bumper. After completing those removal steps: With tailgate off, set roll pan into desired position making sure everything looks square to the sides and bottom. (Note: pulling or pushing of the bed corners is sometimes necessary for proper fit). Using duct tape, attach roll pan and reinstall tailgate to ensure clearance when tailgate is in operation. Adjust roll pan as necessary to obtain proper clearance and desired look. FINALLY bolt roll pan into place using supplied screws (or weld for steel roll pans if desired). Reinstall the tailgate and you are done!"








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