Planning custom body modifications to your truck can conjure up all kinds of pictures floating through your mind. We're betting the first negative thought that pops into your head is long, arduous hours of welding, sanding and filling to achieve those custom touches. With the help of Street Scene and Trucks by Trader's, we're going to show you an easy-to-manage body mod that results in a dramatic change for your truck. If you use your truck less for towing and hauling, and more for fun and enjoyment, then a roll pan may be perfect for you. Replacing the rear bumper, a roll pan fills the gap left behind after ditching the bumper, giving the rear of your ride a smooth rear view and a much more sporty appearance. Street Scene makes a urethane, bolt-on rear pan for our brand-new GMC Sierra that would give us the look we were after without the headache that modifying your truck’s skin can bring.

From The Driver Seat
We know it does not seem like much in the way of custom body modifications, but adding a bolt-on roll pan is a great way to spruce up your truck’s bed without breaking the bank. A fully welded, metal roll pan is obviously more custom, but the end effect is the same and this way, you didn’t spend anywhere near as much money. The Street Scene roll pan required no exotic tools and can be installed by somebody with very little mechanical aptitude, giving the truck owner a sense of pride knowing he did it himself.

Your Questions Answered
Time Spent Working: 1 hour
Degree of Difficulty: Beginner
Tools Needed: Some rough sandpaper, a Philips screwdriver, drill motor, 1/8-inch drill bit, body saw, 18mm wrench and socket
Parts Used:
Street Scene 950-70191 roll pan $243.78
Total: $243.78
(Prices are MSRP and do not include tax, shipping, paint, or installation)

SOURCE
Street Scene Equipment
365 McCormick Avenue
Costa Mesa
CA  92626
714-426-0590
www.streetsceneeq.com
Traders Truck Accessories
10242 Norwalk Blvd
Santa Fe Springs
CA  90670
562-204-2044
www.traderstrucks.com