Bed Wood WD 1954-55 Chevy 3600 LWB
1954 Chevy, 54-55 GMC
These premier show quality BedWood kits are precision milled to 3/4" thick, properly grooved, trimmed to length, sanded and ready to finish! Made in Kentucky, U.S.A.
- Bed Wood - Non-Drilled
- Kiln Dried Ash Machined & Sanded
- Designed for 1954-55 Chevy 3600 LWB Stepside
- Made in Kentucky, U.S.A.
- Choice of Red Oak, White Oak, or Walnut
- Precision milled to 3/4" thick
- Bed Size: 89" Length x 50" Width
- Board Qty: 8
- Bed Strip Qty Needed: 7
Be sure to add your choice of two styles of extruded aluminum strip kits (includes hidden fasteners).
Please note, although it is an option, our bed wood kits are not normally pre-drilled. When your classic truck was built, the manufacturers were not as consistent in their exact hole locations as they would be in today's manufacturing environment. We want the bed wood to fit the bolt locations in Your truck, not you having to fit your truck to the bed wood as could occur with a pre-drilled kit. Easy to follow installation instructions are included with each kit to assure you the best fit and cleanest installation possible. Remember to seal and finish all six (6) sides of each board in your set upon arrival to preserve the quality of your bed wood.
- ROAK = Red Oak
- WOAK = White Oak
- WAL = Walnut
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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