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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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Pikemaster101

2001 truck box

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Pikemaster101

I live in the metro area and have a 2001 Chevy Pick up. Over the last few years it has been getting rust around the back fenders. Now firts of all I am not sure why a truck this new would have rust already because it is always parked in doors and i always try to keep it clean. Well any way i would like to get a new box if i could where would be a good place to start looking for one?????

Thanks

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iffwalleyes

Look at some of the truck places that swap out boxes for service bodies, flatbeds, and van bodies. That would be a good place to look I don't know of them in the cities I know of a few where I am at. Chances are the color wouldn't be right and you would need to look at repainting and that is not cheap especially the whole box.

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Macgyver55

Also check your warranty ...most manufacturers have some coverage for rust-through depending on the cause.

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Valv

If warranty does not cover it check repainting it first, new boxes prices are from $ 900 to $ 1600 and maybe up more

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