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I knew I had some rust on the floorboard of my 1990 RRC County but I had no idea of just how bad it really. I took a few photos to show you all and to get your thoughts. I want to try and fix it but and I dont think it should be that expensive, but at the same time I am just guessing. I think the hard part of fixing this is removing the seats.

[attachment=4:387xbh27]Drivers side floor.JPG[/attachment:387xbh27]
[attachment=3:387xbh27]Drivers side floor 2.JPG[/attachment:387xbh27]
[attachment=2:387xbh27]Passenger side floor.JPG[/attachment:387xbh27]
[attachment=1:387xbh27]Rear drivers floor.JPG[/attachment:387xbh27]
[attachment=0:387xbh27]Rear passengers floor.JPG[/attachment:387xbh27]

Sell it for parts or fix it. What do you think.

Shaun
 

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Is it just me that can't see the pictures?
 

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I can't see them either. I know what a rusty rangie looks like though! :lol:

The floors themselves look pretty easy to fix- just cut our the bad, patch on a new section and paint up. Mines had it done on the drivers side- can take a pic if you want
 

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I had to do the same thing - bought 22 gauge steel sheets at Home Depot and had a buddy weld them in after I cut out the bad and cleaned everything up...
 
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