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Old January 11th, 2010, 05:03 PM
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Where does one procure bulkhead footwell repair panels?

For a D90/D110. Not afraid to pay more for ribbed versions, but would be content with whatever.
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Old January 11th, 2010, 05:26 PM
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Stephen at SafariRover. He is have some fabricated. I saw him last week and it looks very stout and well made. Saw it on a frame swap. Not ribbed though. Not sure when he will have some more.
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Old January 11th, 2010, 05:58 PM
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If you can find them stateside,

http://www.yrm-metal-solutions.co.uk/

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I need the ones with the top part of the panel too.
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Old January 11th, 2010, 06:24 PM
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Can't you just use the Series III ones? These already have the foot pedals and bolt holes cut out already. http://www.yrm-metal-solutions.co.uk...panel-66-p.asp
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Neil, you cannot use them. Per Mike at ECR they are different than the D90 ones in that the panels are shaped differently.
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Neil, you cannot use them. Per Mike at ECR they are different than the D90 ones in that the panels are shaped differently.
Awww that sucks balls. I'm kinda surprised YRM dosen't make the complete D90 footwells with all the holes cut out like on their series panels.

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YRM is an old guy and his wife operating out of his home. The last I spoke with him he wouldn't ship direct to the US. get him to ship to one of our UK friends and have them forward the package. Julian @ Global actually has a "trade account" with the fellow. I have bought the aluminum battery box replacement, door channel replacement sections, footwell replacements etc. All nicely made heavy gauge metal.
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After asking around, Stephen was the only one I could find in the US that has them, for sale that is. I tried other custom places but they will not sell me any. You should try and make some yourself. Here is what I have so far. Only took me a few days to draw out the pattern and cut them to fit. I have a hand brake I bought and bent the panels myself. It was surprisingly easy.
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If you're going to go the custom fabrication route, Manimal was putting stuff together a few months back that might be useful.

http://www.defendersource.com/forum/...ad.php?t=22171
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get him to ship to one of our UK friends and have them forward the package. Julian @ Global actually has a "trade account" with the fellow. .


I can do this, if Julian is tied up, although i suspect he'll get a better price if he's got a trade account.
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After asking around, Stephen was the only one I could find in the US that has them, for sale that is. I tried other custom places but they will not sell me any. You should try and make some yourself. Here is what I have so far. Only took me a few days to draw out the pattern and cut them to fit. I have a hand brake I bought and bent the panels myself. It was surprisingly easy.

Very nicely done.....
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Very nicely done.....

Thanks, don't want to jack this thread so I will refer to this post if anyone is interested in making their own.

http://www.defendersource.com/forum/...ad.php?t=22036
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