I decided to go with a steed roll pan from street metal and it didnt fit for shit. I guess it was a good thing as we molded it in with fiberglass. I think those fiberglass roll pans are good though. They should bolt right up. The stepside has a metal lip you can bolt the rollpan to. You may have to trim your spare tire rack a few inches to get it to fit flush.
Na just get a torch or a cutting wheel and chop a little off the end of the housing. Its kinda bowl shaped but the tire is on a wire rope so you can push it back if you need to while your cranking it back up. Once you get it up there it will fit snug and wont mess up your rollpan.
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