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    FEP Senior Member ddx77's Avatar
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    Default Where is the best place to buy floor pans

    Anyone have any suggestions on good quality floor pans and where to buy? Really just need rears.

    I was stripping down the rest of my interior and found some soft spots in the rear floor pan under the insulation.

    Wasn't a pleasant surprise but could have been worse, not the end of the world.

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    NPD and LMR are probably your best options. I don't believe anyone sells just the rear pans. Also the areas you show in the picture that have the open rust holes under the seats are technically not the floor pans, but the hatch/trunk floor area and I believe only the 87-93 style stamping is available. Best option under the seats is to either get a patch panel from a donor vehicle or just patch in new metal and finish as needed. Good Luck!
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    Patched mine were worse
    did repair after it provided an oppertunity
    rust out made easy access for a breaker bar on the ps rear lower control arm front nut
    cut out rusty tin, vac area
    treat surface rust with hammer paint or similar rust inhibitor.
    steel or aluminum sheet or plates work
    screw, rivet, or weld. Be aware of what is on the other side of floor pan. Fuel lines, brake lines.

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    Will do, thanks for the tips!

    Quote Originally Posted by gr79 View Post
    Patched mine were worse
    did repair after it provided an oppertunity
    rust out made easy access for a breaker bar on the ps rear lower control arm front nut
    cut out rusty tin, vac area
    treat surface rust with hammer paint or similar rust inhibitor.
    steel or aluminum sheet or plates work
    screw, rivet, or weld. Be aware of what is on the other side of floor pan. Fuel lines, brake lines.

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    https://www.c2cfabrication.com/colle...d+mustang+1985
    I have no experience with this vendor but they have rear floor pans.
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