1934 Ford Pickup Reproduction Frame Rails
1934 Ford 1 Ton Pickup, 1934 Ford 1/2 Ton Pickup, 1934 Ford 3/4 Ton Pickup, 11 Gauge Thickness
Speedways 1934 Ford extended frame rails are 6" longer than stock, which makes them the perfect foundation for our 34 Club Cab Pickup Truck kit. These 11-gauge steel rails are professionally fabricated and show a fine attention to detail with all necessary holes drilled (for body, box, running boards, etc.). Please note that these rails are not a stamped reproduction one-piece version as the stock 34 rails.
Welding and fabrication skills required.
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916-57000 Instructions (PDF)
Item Details6" longer than stock
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