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GB Custom False Floors ( Mk7 ST )

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Hello all!

I’m not sure how this works at all so if I’m in the wrong place to advertise this please somebody do tell me!

I Would like to propose a group buy offer on my Custom False floors! I have been recommended to join this forum and advertise from of my American Customers now due to them advising me nobody is really offering this type of product stateside with you all!

So... here I am! My product is simple yet effective! False floor to cover up the ugly metal after removing the rear seats! ( See photos attached )

I’ve been sending them out to the US now for a few weeks however I can see it benefiting us all by me sending a large number at one time!

Single order Pricing is $240 Delivered to your door all the way from over here in the UK!
If I can receive 3-5 commitments with deposits I’d be happy to drop the price down to $220
5+ I would be able to offer them at $200 delivered!
Deposits would be $30 Via PayPal.

Please have a look at the photos below and let me know if you have any questions! thanks!
 


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Made out of 12mm Premium WBP Hardwood Plyboard with a fit so good there’s no need for a frame underneath 😉 Weight is around 10Kg total Jeff!
 


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Perfect! With the time difference over here I’m about to head to bed, I’ll be reply to anybody else in arround 6/7 hours!
Thank you in advance all!
 


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Oh man these look amazing. I have some questions though:

For the rear section, it sits lower than the standard cargo thing correct? If so, can you measure how much lower.

In other words, how much space is there between the spare tire and your piece? I store a bunch of tools and stuff on top of the spare tire that fits nicely underneath the OEM flap thing. If there isn't much space, would there be an easy way to retrofit this to sit at the stock height for the rear section?
 


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I'd be interested if it could be made in multiple pieces to fit around a cage, jigsaw puzzle-esque.
 


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I'd be interested if it could be made in multiple pieces to fit around a cage, jigsaw puzzle-esque.
I'd be interested if it could be made in multiple pieces to fit around a cage, jigsaw puzzle-esque.
And that Jigsaw puzzle is already complete haha!
 


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It sits exactly arround the same height mate as the standard flap! I know this as I’ve made rear floor sections for people who still have the seats in, they just want something more stronger than the OEM flap. Hope that helps!
 


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It sits exactly arround the same height mate as the standard flap! I know this as I’ve made rear floor sections for people who still have the seats in, they just want something more stronger than the OEM flap. Hope that helps!
OK, very cool - it looks like that's in the lower position. Not sure if this is true for UK cars, but the USA cars also have an upper position for the rear flap. Does your flap fit in the upper position if you leave the holding brackets in? If unclear, I can take photos of what I mean later today.

Also, how much room is there behind the front seats before the platform starts. I like storing stuff in the rear passenger footwell. Does your design cover this space with the front most piece?

Thanks!
 


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OK, very cool - it looks like that's in the lower position. Not sure if this is true for UK cars, but the USA cars also have an upper position for the rear flap. Does your flap fit in the upper position if you leave the holding brackets in? If unclear, I can take photos of what I mean later today.
I think I know that you're asking because their plastic looks a little different than ours and it does appear to be in the lower position. Do these pics help? I tried to take a picture in the same angle as his first one. I'm also super interested in this. I'm actually removing brackets and bed lining the rear to make it look cleaner with the rear seats deleted. This would be the icing on the cake! Also, what does the underside of the panel look like?
 


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Evening all! Ok so, nothing extra needs to be removed for the US spec ones! I do have 2 different templates, there is a slight varients between the 2 but mine fits perfectly for the US spec Car!.

there is arround 1/1.5Feet of space between the seats and the start of the floor! Which leaves enough room for storing items behind the seats.

Ive had 5 people commit from this forum so far, they are going to be in the post Monday morning, So the $200 offer is available if you’d like to purchase!
Any other questions please do ask!
Thanks again!
 


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DO the "jigsaw" cutouts come standard or do we need to specify? I may be adding something in the future..
I have almost every single type of Cage/Brace measurements, I can make the cut outs for you or just simply mark them on the bottom so it’s easier for you to cut out yourself when your ready!
 


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Will the front section interfere with the Autopower roll bar? I attached some pics for reference
Slight adjustment might be needed which would be very simple! Do you own one of these cages you could put your hands on for some measurements?
 


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Great seller! I ordered one earlier this week when I saw the FB post.

Thanks for offering this to the Forum Members. Can't wait for mine
Thanks for the kind words! Will update you on the progress later on today! Many thanks again!
 


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