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Truck Floor Pans


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    floor pans
  • (Floor pan) The floorpan is a large sheet metal stamping that often incorporates several smaller welded stampings to form the floor of a large vehicle and the position of its external and structural panels.
  • (Floor pan) The metal structure on the bottom of the car. Almost all newer cars are unit body (or unibody) construction, and the floor pan provides the foundation for chassis stiffness. Your feet usually rest on a floor pan when you are in a car.
    truck
  • an automotive vehicle suitable for hauling
  • Barter or exchange
  • convey (goods etc.) by truck; "truck fresh vegetables across the mountains"
  • hand truck: a handcart that has a frame with two low wheels and a ledge at the bottom and handles at the top; used to move crates or other heavy objects
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Truck hound - Elgin, Oregon
Truck hound - Elgin, Oregon
You won't find a scene like this at the service station of a large city "back east". Only in a small town. That is why I love them. Dog waiting for master to emerge from service station. You can't pump your own gas in Oregon, so this hound made friends with the service attendant. Notice the "ASK FIRST" bumper sticker on the back of the diamond plate tool box in the pickup bed of this Ford truck. Refers to hunters and fishermen. Deeply conservative and firm with their friendliness, the ranch owners don't take kindly to folks who think they can use private property without first asking for permission. When asked, it is almost always cheerfully granted, they just don't like city folks taking that privilege for granted. Gas prices are now coming down (Must be close to election time. Wait until next summer). These photos are from August 19th - 21st, 2008. Our youngest son flew up from Arizona to join me on some select hikes. We had to constantly modify our plans because of the rough weather moving through the Northwest, but we had three great hikes and saw some interesting and beautiful country. We drove back roads from our home in Eastern Washington, through Walla Walla and over into Elgin, Oregon. From there we drove to Lostine, where we headed for the Two Pan trailhead to the Eagle Cap Wilderness, where we hoped to camp then complete a day hike up to Moccasin Lake in the Eagle Cap wilderness. A hike into an area neither of us had hiked before. We arrived just in time to set up our two tents at Two Pan. We had to use headlamps to finish the job, but a nice small campfire warmed the night. We both slept well, though rain drops spattered on our tents off and on, all through the night. We made a round trip hike of 16 miles the next day, heading up the Lostine River, and choosing to visit Mirror and Moccasin Lake instead of another choice we could have made, which would have been to hike to Minam Lake. We got rained on lightly on and off most of the day but the scenery was not diminished by the weather. The granite floored country of the upper basin and around Mirror and Moccasin Lakes, reminded me of the Enchantment Lakes area in Washington State. Because of the clouds we never did catch a glimpse of Eagle Cap mountain. A good excuse for going back again. We got pelted by a pretty hard rain on the way back to our campsite but a lull in the rain let us enjoy a nice camp dinner. When the rain returned, we decided to head for Enterprise, get an inexpensive motel room, and dry out our gear. The rain storms followed us to Enterprise and soon after checking into our motel room, the town lost electrical power. All part of the fun and adventure of a “road trip”. We poked around Joseph, Oregon the next day as my son had not been there as an adult. We enjoyed ourselves there, and then took another route back home, so we could see some different sights. Two hours after arriving home that evening, we changed some of our gear, and headed for Mt. Rainier Park to hike to Mildred Point on Friday and then 3rd Burroughs Mt. on Saturday. We got back home Saturday afternoon, two hours before his flight back to Arizona. We had covered a lot of country on our three hikes, and had a great time doing so.
Elgin, Oregon
Elgin, Oregon
I absolutely LOVE small towns and Elgin, Oregon fits the definition. Here an old brick building along main street appears to have had several "brick repairs" over time. Like many small towns, the original town burned and then wooden buildings were replaced by brick. These photos are from August 19th - 21st, 2008. Our youngest son flew up from Arizona to join me on some select hikes. We had to constantly modify our plans because of the rough weather moving through the Northwest, but we had three great hikes and saw some interesting and beautiful country. We drove back roads from our home in Eastern Washington, through Walla Walla and over into Elgin, Oregon. From there we drove to Lostine, where we headed for the Two Pan trailhead to the Eagle Cap Wilderness, where we hoped to a day hike and both of us see for the first time, some of the country that makes up this beautiful Oregon wilderness area. We arrived just in time to set up our two tents at Two Pan. We had to use headlamps to finish the job, but a nice small campfire warmed the night. We both slept well, though rain drops spattered on our tents off and on, all through the night. We made a round trip hike of 16 miles the next day, heading up the Lostine River, and choosing to visit Mirror and Moccasin Lake instead of another choice we could have made, which would have been to hike to Minam Lake. We got rained on lightly on and off most of the day but the scenery was not diminished by the weather. The granite floored country of the upper basin and around Mirror and Moccasin Lakes, reminded me of the Enchantment Lakes area in Washington State. Because of the clouds we never did catch a glimpse of Eagle Cap mountain. A good excuse for going back again. We got pelted by a pretty hard rain on the way back to our campsite but a lull in the rain let us enjoy a nice camp dinner. When the rain returned, we decided to head for Enterprise, get an inexpensive motel room, and dry out our gear. The rain storms followed us to Enterprise and soon after checking into our motel room, the town lost electrical power. All part of the fun and adventure of a “road trip”. We poked around Joseph, Oregon the next day as my son had not been there as an adult. We enjoyed ourselves there, and then took another route back home, so we could see some different sights. Two hours after arriving home that evening, we changed some of our gear, and headed for Mt. Rainier Park to hike to Mildred Point on Friday and then 3rd Burroughs Mt. on Saturday. We got back home Saturday afternoon, two hours before his flight back to Arizona. We had covered a lot of country on our three hikes, and had a great time doing so.

truck floor pans
truck floor pans
Omix-Ada 12007.06 Floor Pan
Front Floor Panel for 1976-86 Jeep CJ7 and CJ8 Scrambler - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: - What gauge steel is used in the construction of your Jeep(R) body tubs? - Two gauges of steel are used in the construction of the reproduction body tubs. (18) Gauge steel is used in the front and rear flooring, all mounting brackets, top cowl assembly, and wheel housings. (16) Gauge steel is used for all side body panels and rear tail panels. - What body parts from a CJ7 can I use as replacements for my CJ8? - A large number of CJ7 body parts are interchangeable with the longer wheelbase CJ8. All body panels forward of the firewall are the same including the windshield frame, and dashboard plate. After the firewall the front floor panel is also the same for both Jeeps, but this is were the similarities end. From the rear step-up back the bed of the CJ8 is 10" longer overall and has its own vehicle specific body panels. Please contact your retailer of choice for required OMIX-ADA part numbers. -

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