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post #1 of 7 Old January 17th, 2013, 12:13 PM Thread Starter
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1979-1993 Fox Mustang Full Floor Pans: 1 Piece Design




1979-1993 Fox Mustang Full Floor Pans: 1 Piece Design


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post #2 of 7 Old January 17th, 2013, 12:46 PM
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wow wish i would have seen that instead of buying the 2 piece to do my driver and passanger side floors
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wow wish i would have seen that instead of buying the 2 piece to do my driver and passanger side floors
this is a brand new part we just got in.
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Does the windshield have to come out or can you fit that through the hatch? Notchback it goes in through the windshield? or back window? Y'all are doing big things over there in 2013!
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Does the windshield have to come out or can you fit that through the hatch? Notchback it goes in through the windshield? or back window? Y'all are doing big things over there in 2013!
the installation takes some experience. if it's a hatchback you may be able to get it through the hatch but usually, you remove the old pan and the new one goes in from underneath the car.
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Just cut it in half. It'll fit then hahahahhahah

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Very, very nice! What I'll be looking at for my 86 t-top!

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