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Old 01-09-2008, 01:41 PM
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A.D. vs. Taskforce hub to hub

I need to know what the front axle width is (hub to hub) on the first series Chevy pickup (1947-1955.1) (Advance design) and the Second series (1955-1959) (Task Force) for comparison purposes.. Can anyone help me out?

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How hard is this?

All I need is someone to go out and measure the front axle hub to hub on their 1st series truck, (47-54), and write me the results, and someone else can do the same for the second series, (55-59), so I can compare the two measurements. What's so hard about that?
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its cold in the garage and you are acting like a *****, so I aint gonna do it

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The 2nd series HTH dimension is 59"; I measured my TCI MII front suspension, which is the same as the stock dimension. Yeah it was cold out tonight. About 14 degrees F.
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Thanx

Thanx AntnyL I appreciate the input. Anybody out there with the HTH on the early series? Hey CptKaos, what truck do you have anyway? I'm not acting like an ****, I just thought I was being ignored...surely there's someone in warmer climes building an A.D. out there.

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Might be able to find it here:

http://chevy.tocmp.com/chevyresto/50index.htm
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You'll probably get lots more input from the Stovebolt site; try stovebolt.com

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Thanx!!

Okay, you're both right! Stovebolt took me to tocmp...where I found all the data I need. Thanx again!
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