Street Scene Roll Pans Customer Reviews
22 Customer Reviews
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Street Scene Roll Pans practically beg your truck to get its roll on. With a flush design that puts the stock “diving board” bumper out of business, Street Scene Roll Pans sport the look that defines a custom truck or SUV.
As masters of the roll pan, Street Scene offers more Roll Pan styles for your vehicle than any other maker. Beyond the sleek, smooth original designs, there’s even roll pans with cutouts for custom dual exhaust exits.
Street Scene Roll Pans come ready for custom paint. And, with their carefully-molded shape, the precise fit of a Street Scene Roll Pan makes installation simpler. Just a few minor drill holes and the included hardware are needed to get your roll pan—and your roll—on.
Street Scene makes most of their Roll Pans from tough, flexible urethane. It’s a look that keeps on rollin’ hard and stays smooth, and lets you tell that stock diving board to take a jump.
22 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Anna P (Palatine, IL) Reviewed for a 1999 Ford Expedition — Mar 10, 2011 7:19 AM
THE MATERAIL OF THE PAN WAS EXCELLENT.THE FIT WAS ALMOST PERFECT. A LOT BETTER THAN I HAVE WORKED WITH BEFORE. WE DID HAVE TO DO A LITTLE TRIMING TO MAKE FIT. IT WENT ON A BLACK EXPEDITION. IT DID NOT TAKE LONG TO GET THE PAN TO US ONCE ORDERED IF NEEDED I WOULD BUY FROM YOUR COMPANY AGAIN. I WILL ALSO PASS ON YOUR COMPANY TO OTHERS THAT MAY NEED YOUR PARTS
Reviewed by Alex U (Hampstead, MD) Reviewed for a 2001 Ford F-150 — Jul 14, 2009 8:08 PM
This roll pan was for my lightning. Looks amazing. I had my boddy shop put it on beacuse i didnt want to mess any thing up. My only dislikes about the pan is theres no pre drilled holes for a licesens plate or for tag lights. I had to custom do both of those jobs. but other wise its a really nice part for any pickup truck. 5 stars!
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Asked by Anonymous
Aug 13, 2012 12:26 AM
2010 GMC Sierra
Will my tailgate light strip still fit if I put this on?
Asked by roland p.
Mar 28, 2012 2:46 PM
1999 GMC Sierra
if i get tha roll pan for my gmc sierra 1500 should i hide my muffler tips or leave them showing