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Roll Pan help!!!

I have a 2012 f250 and I bought a street scene roll pan and had it painted I can't seem to make it fit can someone help with install with tips or videos or anything thanks!!'

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Thats a pretty general cry for help. First off, you should test fit it before it goes to paint. If the roll pan is ABS plastic, they can be pretty hard to get to fit. They move like jello sometimes. The fiberglass pans are better for fit, but not a durable. If it's already painted, good luck. Maybe cover the thing with masking tape and hope for the best. Go to the local hot rod shop and see if you can't get some cheap help.

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