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PRODUCT SPECIFICATION:

  • Bundle description: - One (1) Front Roll Pan [Front] - One (1) Rear Roll Pan [Rear]
  • Material: Steel
  • Color: Primed
  • Part name: Roll Pan
  • Components: (2) Roll Pans
  • Placement on vehicle: Front, Rear
  • Custom bundle: Yes
  • Fit: May Require Minor Modification
  • Fitment type: Direct Replacement
  • Roll Pans Set of 2 Front Rear Compatible with Chevy Suburban C

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