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1942-1948 Ford Front Frame Boxing Plates
1942-1948 Ford Front Frame Boxing Plates

1942-1948 Ford Front Frame Boxing Plates

1942 Ford, 46-48 Ford, 16" Overall Length, 3.75" Overall Width, 7 Gauge Thickness, Steel

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1942-1948 Ford Front Frame Boxing Plates
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1942-1948 Ford Front Frame Boxing Plates
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MFG. Part #:
91054424
Overall Length:
16"
Overall Width:
3.75"
Gauge Thickness:
7
Material Thickness:
.13"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
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Pair
Notes:
May require cutting, grinding, and welding.

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When using original or reproduction frame rails, be sure to fully box the front section for strength and saftey. Our front boxing plates are designed to box the frame in critical front suspension attachment points and motor mount areas.

10 gauge.

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15-7/8" long

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