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Old 28 Mar 2018, 09:05 pm
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Anybody have any knowledge of issue with the fitment of rear roll pans?

I know that Cruiser Motor Sports still has the PTeaser roll pans in stock.
But they want $529!

I have found that the KDB rear roll pans are also Polyurethane; I like the location and size of the tail lights better...along side the license plate.
**And, they are about half the price!
On sale $200 right now.
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Anybody have any knowledge of issue with the fitment of rear roll pans?

I know that Cruiser Motor Sports still has the PTeaser roll pans in stock.
But they want $529!

I have found that the KDB rear roll pans are also Polyurethane; I like the location and size of the tail lights better...along side the license plate.
**And, they are about half the price!
On sale $200 right now.

I KNOW that the PTeazer fitment is perfect.

You can install it yourself BUT I would recommend you have a body shop do it.

The KDB is a nice piece, Fitment is a little more work (fine tuning) than the PTeazer.

The KDB is a little more "in your face" than suits my taste, but that's just me. To me, the backup lights overpower the look of the entire rear end.





Check out bunch more roll pans in the "When PT's ruled" thread in post number 181.


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Old 29 Mar 2018, 08:19 am
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Old 29 Mar 2018, 08:21 am
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PTeazer fitment is not the perfect fit as they use to be. I own one and also help a freind install one. These were both direct from PTeazer and had to wait "build to order" now also for much of his parts.
This was also a conversation with a club member that got one about 15 years ago in which she had a body shop install it and they has fit troubles. I am sure that when they first came out they were of better finish product?
With most fiberglass body parts you need to do a little fudging for better fitmit. And if you want a seamless fit take it to a body shop that has experience working with these kinds of aftermarket body parts.
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How much shipping are they charging?

I put one in the shopping cart to see. But I have to register before it will give me the total.

Here's a link for anyone that's interested. The Bomber style roll pan is on sale too.

http://www.kbdbodykits.com/2001-2005-c-58_59_60.html
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How much shipping are they charging?

I put one in the shopping cart to see. But I have to register before it will give me the total.

Here's a link for anyone that's interested. The Bomber style roll pan is on sale too.

Chrysler PT Cruiser 2001-2005

**Unfortunately, the shipping is $99 stateside.
That brings it back up to the normal price of $299.
But, free shipping equivalent is OK too!
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I KNOW that the PTeazer fitment is perfect.

You can install it yourself BUT I would recommend you have a body shop do it.

The KDB is a nice piece, Fitment is a little more work (fine tuning) than the PTeazer.

The KDB is a little more "in your face" than suits my taste, but that's just me. To me, the backup lights overpower the look of the entire rear end.





Check out bunch more roll pans in the "When PT's ruled" thread in post number 181.


Jerry
Yup! I like the vertical lights and size maintained.
The PTeaser roll pan cost is still high, and I don't like the tiny back up lights.
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**Unfortunately, the shipping is $99 stateside.
That brings it back up to the normal price of $299.
But, free shipping equivalent is OK too!
That's not good. Once I add a $100 for my paint guy, I'd be looking at a cool $400 for something a lot of folks wouldn't even notice. That cost/benefit ratio does not work out for me. Guess I'll have to wait until I can sneak up on one at a salvage yard for $35.
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My Pteazer pan fit well with minimal fussing - I'd buy from Ray again if I was building another one...



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My Pteazer pan fit well with minimal fussing - I'd buy from Ray again if I was building another one...




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