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1934 Ford Extended Frame Assembly

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1934 Ford Extended Frame Assembly

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We start with a pair of new stamped steel frame rails that are installed in a precision jig to ensure the finished frame is square and true.  We then install the tubular center cross member and box the frame with our exclusive boxed truss boxing system in the critical engine bay area.  This is a feature not available anywhere else. Made to order. Allow 4-6 weeks.

  • New stamped frame rails
  • New 1" dropped front crossmember
  • Exclusive boxed truss boxing system
  • Front panhard bar bracket
  • Front four-bar frame bracket
  • Front shock mounts
  • Tubular crossmember
  • 118" wheel base

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Same features as the 1932 Ford Frame. Made to order. Allow 4-6 weeks.

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6 questions : 6 answers

1 answers

Rustproofing I would presume that this is a bare metal frame. Do you offer any galvanizing options or would I have to find that on my own?

XCMasako
Vermont, USA
February 11, 2015

Rustproofing I would presume that this is a bare metal frame. Do you offer any galvanizing options or would I have to find that on my own?

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February 11, 2015
EricM
Sorry we do not offer any galvanizing or painting services. We highly recommend that you paint or powder coat the frame in lieu of galvanizing. There are a lot of problems that can be created when galvanizing frames and more often than not the frame requires extensive work to get it back to a usable state. I have seen frames twisted by several inches simply due to the temperature change once dipped into the galvanizing vats.
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What is approximate weight, width, length?

ChuckM
Huntsville, AL, USA
January 20, 2015

What is approximate weight, width, length?

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January 21, 2015
EricM
The 34 Ford pickup extended frame for the Club Cab weighs approximately 500 pounds and is approximately 154.25" long and 44” wide.
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Complete kit Can this truck be bought as a complete kit like the t buckets are

Lathan
Missouri
July 22, 2014

Complete kit Can this truck be bought as a complete kit like the t buckets are

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July 24, 2014
EricM
We apologize but we do not offer a complete kit for the 34 Club Cab as we do for the T buckets. We do have a parts list of the first build done by Speedway if that would be of interest. Otherwise it is a build to order format with many options along the way.
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Is there a rear end option?

Doc40
December 26, 2013

Is there a rear end option?

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December 26, 2013
EricM
The Triangulated 4 bar kit 91633TR4 will work along with this frame as well as the 9" rear end 91046110. You will have to weld on the rear suspension brackets once you get the kit.
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what kind of front end can be used with this frame ( mustang II etc) 1934 ford frame kit you sell

Deeg480
May 09, 2013

what kind of front end can be used with this frame ( mustang II etc) 1934 ford frame kit you sell

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May 10, 2013
Jason
This is a lengthened frame for the 34 Club Cab pickup offered by Speedway. It is designed to use a solid axle front end either in tube or I-beam with a 4 bar suspension. If using it for a 32-34 pickup where the fenders bolt to the top of the frame the standard Mustang II front end cannot be used without extensive modification to the fenders or you would need to use a Heidt’s super ride front end that would mount under the fenders. If not running fenders then it would be up to the builders requirements on front end style is used.
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how much is extended over stock

stoney
washington state
July 04, 2011

how much is extended over stock

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July 06, 2011
John
This 1934 Ford frame has been extended 6” to accommodate our unique 1934 Club Cab pickup. Original wheelbase was 112” and with the extension at the cab the wheelbase is 118”.
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