1947-1954 Chevy Pickup Front Frame Boxing Plates
47-54 GMC, 47-54 Chevy, 19.87" Overall Length, 5.25" Width A, 3.88" Width B, 7 Gauge Thickness
- Designed to box the frame in critical front suspension attachment points and motor mount areas
- Premium 10 gauge steel construction for superior strength and durability
- When using frame rails be sure to fully box the front section for strength and safety
- May require cutting, grinding, and welding depending on your application
- Sold in pairs
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.
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