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1948-1952 Ford Pickup Front Frame Boxing Plates
1948-1952 Ford Pickup Front Frame Boxing Plates

1948-1952 Ford Pickup Front Frame Boxing Plates

48-52 Ford F Series, 48-52 Ford F1, 21.00" Overall Length, 4.13" Width A, 3.75" Width B, Steel

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1948-1952 Ford Pickup Front Frame Boxing Plates
1948-1952 Ford Pickup Front Frame Boxing Plates
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MFG. Part #:
91054430
Overall Length:
21.00"
Width A:
4.13"
Width B:
3.75"
Gauge Thickness:
7
Material Thickness:
0.18"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
Sold in Quantity:
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.

7 gauge.

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25-1/2" long

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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