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Old October 3rd, 2012, 03:49 PM
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R380 Replacement Floor Plates

We've finally got an affordable solution to replacing floor plates in your Defender. We've got 7 sets of these and as an introductory price these sets are available for $99.99 plus shipping.

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Old October 3rd, 2012, 03:50 PM
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Hey Scott is that per pair?
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Cool. Are they transmission specific?
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Old October 3rd, 2012, 03:59 PM
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These are for the R380 and are priced per pair. The LT77 can be made if there is enough interest.

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They look like they fit the R380 tunnel. Damn. I just made my own out of .125", but would have much rather bought a set to save the time.
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Scott how would these line up with the auto trans?
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Idea, if someone would make these with a second aluminum plate on the bottom a bit smaller than the top plate and welded an inch or so off-set so that it creates a shallow void or box. Drill a smaill hole that will allow expanding foam insulation to be shot into the cavity. This would create an insulated floorboard and no need to dynamat. I would buy them!!
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Scott how would these line up with the auto trans?
Should be the same or very close. I know the floor mat systems are the same. I'll verify and check back.
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Idea, if someone would make these with a second aluminum plate on the bottom a bit smaller than the top plate and welded an inch or so off-set so that it creates a shallow void or box. Drill a smaill hole that will allow expanding foam insulation to be shot into the cavity. This would create an insulated floorboard and no need to dynamat. I would buy them!!
this would be perfect.
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this would be perfect.
If there is enough interest we would be willing to make these as well. But at, the end of the day it will still be cheaper to just Dynamat the area.

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Should be the same or very close. I know the floor mat systems are the same. I'll verify and check back.
It will work with an auto.
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Scott how would these line up with the auto trans?
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Should be the same or very close. I know the floor mat systems are the same. I'll verify and check back.
Look forward to hearing from you. I love the way you guys work!
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Do you have a tunnel and the other parts the convert from a LT77 box to an R380 one?
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We have it all including new seat boxes.
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We have it all including new seat boxes.
Could you send me a pm with what a whole setup would run to do the converson?
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