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1932 Ford Front Frame Horn Boxing Plates
1932 Ford Front Frame Horn Boxing Plates

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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1932 Ford Front Frame Horn Boxing Plates
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1932 Ford Front Frame Horn Boxing Plates
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MFG. Part #:
91657016
Overall Length:
10.38"
Overall Width:
2.69"
Gauge Thickness:
10
Material Thickness:
.12"
Finish:
Natural
Sold in Quantity:
Pair
Notes:
Will require welding/cutting/fitting.

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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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