Full length drip pans

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mopar 346
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Full length drip pans

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Does anyone know a company that offers a full (car) length drip pan? I built a new shop and epoxied the floors and would like a full length pan to sit up the cars, seems like a no brainer but I cant seem to find one. I remember places like Auto Zone use to have 10 footers and that would be a great option but undoubtedly no longer available. My other option is to go to a local sheet metal company and have something made, the online custom pan shops are charging a King's ransom so that's out.

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Re: Full length drip pans

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Kevin,,I'd go to a local Sheetmetal shop,,,they could make one in a jiffy....pop
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popscomet wrote:
Sun May 03, 2020 1:22 pm
Kevin,,I'd go to a local Sheetmetal shop,,,they could make one in a jiffy....pop
Better tell them to make them extra deep for the mopars ! :P
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and fill it with kitty litter !! so it won't slosh when you empty it...…..pop :lol: :lol:
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They're just marking their territory. :D

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Re: Full length drip pans

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I have these...not full length but covers all the the leak areas,easy enough to store when not in use.

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vicegrip wrote:
Mon May 04, 2020 7:41 am
I have these...not full length but covers all the the leak areas,easy enough to store when not in use.
Those aren't liquid-tight are they? I think we have some of those and it seems like where the wheels attach they just snap into to container.

I guess maybe if you have a leak that large there might be an issue :roll: :lol:

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I've seen many drip pans made for machines ,right there in the sheet metal shop at the RR ,some was half to an inch deep,in the boilershop,they built catch pans on a larger scale,those were brought to my paint booth for me to paint....
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