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1928-31 Ford Model A Perimeter Frame Rails
1928-31 Ford Model A Perimeter Frame Rails

1928-31 Ford Model A Perimeter Frame Rails

Steel, Natural, 11 Gauge Thickness

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1928-31 Ford Model A Perimeter Frame Rails
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1928-31 Ford Model A Perimeter Frame Rails
1928-31 Ford Model A Perimeter Frame Rails
1928-31 Ford Model A Perimeter Frame Rails
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  • Custom formed frame rails laser cut from 11-gauge steel plate
  • TIG welded on a rail fixture for superior strength and professional appearance, Welds are grounded and sanded with 50 grit finish
  • Front Model A spring crossmember, Rear 2" kick up with rear body mounts
  • Narrowed in rear to 36" for tire clearance
  • All mounting nuts welded inside the frame rails

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Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
Gauge Thickness:
11
MFG. Part #:
91657245
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Get a head start on your custom Model A build with this perimeter frame. These Model A frame rails are fixture welded saving you both time and headaches. The 11 gauge steel rails make the perfect foundation to add the shock towers, motor mounts, and steering/suspension mounts of your choice.

  • Custom formed frame rails
  • Laser cut from 11 gauge steel plate
  • TIG welded on a rail fixture for superior strength and professional appearance
  • Welds are grounded and sanded with 50 grit finish
  • Front Model A spring crossmember
  • Rear 2" kick up with rear body mounts
  • Narrowed in rear to 36" for tire clearance
  • All mounting nuts welded inside the frame rails
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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