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how hard is it to replace a floor in the rear of a full size blazer?

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should have watched trucks sunday night they replaced the floor in a bronco..

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In the front, my buddy bought the pre-formed floor panels, dropped them in, tacked them down and sealed em up. It was pretty easy by the sounds of it, so the back shouldn't be any harder with pre-formed panels.
 

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if you find the a good floor in a parts blazer you could just cut it out but thats rare to find but the floor in a regular fullsize chevy are the exact same so you could chop it out of there that would be alot easier to find
 

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Try this site!!!http://coloradok5.com/floorremoval.shtml


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thanks all. that site was real helpfull.


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Originally posted by bow350tie:
how hard is it to replace a floor in the rear of a full size blazer?
if u are looking for sheet metal replacement parts try bodyshopplus they advertise in the buy and sell. i just bought some sheet metal for my jimmy and they are very reasonable,i am just in the processing of tackling my floor too.
 
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