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Old 11-16-2006, 11:56 PM
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1937 ford Pickup chassis messurments

Help I have a bare frame and need acurate messurements of the axle centers in relation to the frame. I have a 9 inch ford rear end and a new mustang II cross member to install but with a bare frame and a pile of parts I need a way of figureing where the axle centers should be? If anyone has a 1937 ford pickup 112 inch wheel base that is stock I would greatly apreciate some help.
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Old 11-17-2006, 12:28 AM
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Go to www.wescottsauto.com and click "frame specs".


Nice truck in your album. I have a 35 pu project (since 1985) but too many toys ahead of it.
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Thanks I had the same problem but now I am focused on just getting it to a rolling chassis. Is yours stock and all together? Could you help me with some messurements?
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As 2-manytoyzs says the Wescott site has everything you need.
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Old 11-19-2006, 12:08 AM
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My truck was partially assembled when I bought it with a jeep v6, 4 speed, 10 bolt, and buggy sprung Super Bell axle. The engine was bad (cracked block) so I stripped it apart with big plans but the kids toys got in the way, Mustangs, dirt bikes, boats, and jet ski's. The parts I've collected for it are MII front end, 9" disc rear, 5.0L, AOD. I have so many projects now I dont know when I'm going to get to it.
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