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Old 10-14-2008, 08:51 AM
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1935 ford t bucket plans

Does anyone have a copy of the plans to build a t bucket? I need some detailed plans. I need measurements, angles, lengths,etc. If I cut a piece of tubing I need the measurements, angle to cut, length it needs to be,etc. I would really appreciate it. I've looked all over the net searching for in depth plans and have found nothing. Please help?!

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well, I had to buy mine from an outfit down in Cal. I dont know if I can copy and send you some, but I will check around to see if I can help you with that.
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There is no such thing as a 1935 Ford T Bucket. You must mean 1925
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Here is a link to exactly what you need. Youngster on the Tbucketeers site has drawn out all the plans in detail.

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Click forums, then click technical pages....
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t Bucket plANS

if the California plan are from CCR, You might want to compare them to some of the more recent builds. At the time Bill put those together, that's what everyone what looking for. These days T bucket get nearly as many miles put on them in a year as a '70's t would have racked up in their life time. There have been many refinements since then in suspension among other things.

If you are new to this type of car or maybe just getting back in to the hobby after a long break, The best source for parts and information is a Speedway catalog. There are also a couple of on line sources that are excellent. Tbucketeers.com and the NTBA, as well as this site.

Good luck with your project and keep in touch.

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