View Full Version : Travelall wagonmaster compartment pans available........
08-15-2008, 06:04 PM
Hey gang, next week I will be taking order for the pan in the rear gas tank area and spare tire area for the bottom pan. I will post price by tuesday. Before they are made who is interested. Once I post the price I will ask who replied for confirmation. I will also post a pic of one. Some are made but don't like the way they fit and going to add another detail to them to make it easier to install. Thanks
08-15-2008, 07:46 PM
Mine are actually in good shape but I would be in for a set if the price is right.
Let me know and thanks for all the work you are putting in getting these and the quarters reproduced
08-20-2008, 01:26 PM
Well this is pretty cool New rocker panels for a travelall/wagonmaster. Am going to maybe install tonight. I will post pics, well Rick will for me since I paid my subscription of 20 bucks a week ago and it did nothing for me. Didn't even change my status to supporting memeber. Must be I have to pay more. Anyways pic should be on tonight or tomorrow. Hope these things work spent alot of time to get this far with rocker panels.
09-04-2008, 05:47 PM
FINALLY, got the rear lower patch panels for the travelall/wagonmaster fabricated. Here is how they will work. Slip them over your old body if you dont want to cut your old body. Cut them to the length you need. Then cut the body so the patch panel slips in behind which will leave a nice spot to finish/fill it. The top of the panel is made to go under your side molding this also will allow you to weld them inside if you want to. Screw, weld or rivot it on the wheel well. These will need one more thing and that is the bottom edge has a lip on it, mistake by my part since i gave them the pattern and it had it. No big deal, kinda like it, fi you don't just flatten it or it raps around far enough that it can be cut off. But guys this is a huge accomplishment in my book. These pictures are them just held up but messed with them and they are going to fit great. I am stoked that they are now available. Alot of time and energy and driving several hundred miles back and forth to get this far. More stuff is just around the corner. As soon as I get them in I will post pics.
02-04-2009, 02:07 PM
I know that I am not the only one who can't wait to see more and hear more about this!!
02-04-2009, 03:11 PM
I had been holding off buying these items until 1)somebody welded them on and reported on panel warpage due to the gauge difference and 2) the reports that the same company is working to manufacture entire 1/4 panels. My truck goes to the rotisserie in March so I have until then. The rockers look damn nice though and it beats the heck out of having to piece it together with two standard cab rockers. I also like the flat 1/4 compartment panels...my truck will never have a tank or spare in them so it's nice not to have that bulge below the lip.
04-06-2009, 08:07 PM
Any updates on the sheet metal parts?
This just came home today. I need to go over the entire thing and make a list of what I am going to need. Thanks.
04-06-2009, 08:21 PM
I have some NOS inner rockers left for a t-all, D series front right fender without gas tank neck.... getting short on NOS sheetmetal, only scout 2 front fenders 2 pair left, pair of end cap to A pillar inner outer rockers and inner and outer fenders including wheel well all 1 piece, tailgate, upper grill, 1 lower grill left. Anyhow, gas tank pans and spare tire compartment pans are available. Rear quarter lower patch panels are available from the rear wheel well back are available. There are some issues with the Canada plant so rear quarters are on hold. I have 1 set that was made but the wheel well arch is wrong. Floors are on hold. Stuff will be made but no idea when. Sorry only a few things are available at this time. I will post as soon as there is any news. Nice find, I was looking at one on a governement auction site not sure if thats the one but it is sure clean looking. Outback scouts has a t-all that has perfect rear quartes they offered to cut them off and sell them. Maybe thats a option for you if needed. I think he told me 500 for the pair plus shipping. Again congradulations on the nice find.
04-28-2009, 02:54 AM
I just bought a 1110 T'all 4x4, VERY little rust. But I need a patch panel for the right rear. How do I aquire one of those?
04-28-2009, 10:09 AM
Email this guy and tell him I sent you....FStan25@aol.com
04-28-2009, 12:32 PM
Thank you for your help!
04-28-2009, 07:18 PM
Any word on the quaters i'm still holding out for those.I could do the rear patch but that still leaves wheel wells.
04-28-2009, 07:59 PM
At this point the rear quarters are dead in the water
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