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12-16-2011 08:40 PM
1937MoPar can you please post pix?
09-09-2003 08:41 PM
32vicky I made mine from 1/2" diameter aluminum rod I bought at Home Depot. I drilled & tapped both ends. Bent the rods in a vise using aluminum sheet stock for protection from the vise jaws and then polished them. They really shine nice. I used some welding rod to mock up the length so I got it right on the 1st try. I'm using stainless button head cap screws on the radiator end with a couple of washers for attachment.
09-09-2003 07:41 PM
Kevin45 Depending on what you are putting it on a '28-'36 Ford radiator rod could be classified as custom. What application are you looking to do?

Kevin
09-09-2003 04:57 PM
rocknrod thanks, but I'm looking for "custom length" rods
09-09-2003 11:39 AM
Dragon J Don't exactly know what you're looking for, but Speedway Motors has radiator support rods for '28-'36 Fords in stainless at www.speedwaymotors.com
09-09-2003 11:19 AM
rocknrod
Radiator support rods

Anyone know of any companies who make custom lenght radiator support rods out there ?

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