1932 Ford Front Frame Horn Boxing Plates
1932 Ford Model B, 10.38" Overall Length, 2.69" Overall Width, 10 Gauge Thickness, Natural
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These weld-on 1932 Ford front frame horn boxing plates must be used with a V-style front cross bar. They provide strength and support to your frame. These plates are .115" thick, 9-3/8" long on short side and 10-3/8" long on long side. They are 2-11/16" wide at widest end and 2-5/16" wide at notched end.
- 1932 Ford front frame
- Must be used with a V-style front cross bar
- Provide strength and support
- Made of 10 gauge steel
- Welding/fitting required
- .115" thick
- 9-3/8" long on short side
- 10-3/8" long on long side
- 2-11/16" wide at widest end
- 2-5/16" wide at notched end
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