Chevy S-10 Extreme - Ditching Your Bumper

And Installing a Smooth Roll Pan from TCM

Mike Finnegan
Jul 30, 2002
When you begin any project, you have to start somewhere, and one of the easiest ways to take a stock truck and improve its appearance is by eliminating the factory rear bumper and replacing it with a roll pan. There are a multitude of styles and variations on the basic, smooth roll pan. You can go with a bolt-on roll pan or a weld-in unit.
You can pick one with taillights built into it and even have a license plate box installed. Any way you cut it, a roll pan -- in any form -- will dramatically improve the look of your mini with minimal cost and effort. In this story, the guys at Timeless Custom Manufacturing show us their version of the classic roll pan install on a Chevy S-10 Extreme.

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