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Unread 07-24-2009, 12:32 AM   #1
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Ok, I'm looking for flooring on my pickup. Not floor mats, that you just lay down. Like, flooring, that is form fitted around everything. I've looked everywhere for a replacement, but all I can find is a carpet.

Is there any good place to look for/buy vehicle parts?

It's an 83 K-10 Custom Pickup with a 305/4WD, if that helps. A person that had this pickup before me may have cut some plastic material to fit. Is that possible? It looks like the default Chevy flooring. It has some tears in it and I'd really like to get a new set.

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sorry bro i looked and looked i tried hard i cant find them either but check out jc whitney
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or try getting the replacement from the dealership

or you might be able to get the desired flooring unmolded cut to fit in rolls from your local autoparts store
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Thanks for the effort! I think I may have found something, but it's a "Molded Industrial Polyviynl" mat. Any experience with those kinds of mats?

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Go to LMC trucks web site they sale the carpet maps insulated and pre cut and formed to fit your truck also JC whitney sells this stuff for most older pick ups.
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Go to LMC trucks web site they sale the carpet maps insulated and pre cut and formed to fit your truck also JC whitney sells this stuff for most older pick ups.
LMC is highly expensive tho. TBH it's a "last resort I can't find that part anywhere else" place to shop. A single gauge(let's say oil PSI, one of the smaller ones) for my pickup, an '85 F150, ran > 100 bucks. I scored an entire gauge cluster with factory tach for 25 at my local scrapyard, and everything 'cept the speedo works perfectly from that cluster.
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your comparing to a junk yard with used parts
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I still scored well over 1,000 bucks worth of gauges, a new printed circuit and associated plastic frame for 25 bucks.
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1997 Ford Explorer XLT | 4.0L Vulcan V6 | 5-speed automatic | shift-on-the-fly 4WD | 210,000 miles | Running 95% - Needs brakes on all four corners + bald tires
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