|11-09-2006 12:21 PM|
No problems at all. The box mounts on 2 large wood blocks on the frame rails out back.
There are only small differences in the frames from 28-31, a couple bodies have extra mounting brackets towards the rear, but they don't interfere with any other body if they are there.
|11-09-2006 06:35 AM|
|Irelands child||About the only differences are the way various components mount to the chassis (bolt hole, basically) - but the side rails, cross members are virtually identical, as HomeBrew stated, 28 to 31. If there is a different frame, it's the '28, but that is really only how the engine mounts. '30-'31s for sure are about as close to identical as possible. I originally had a slant windhield fordor sedan on the (aftermarket) frame I'm using for my roadster.|
|11-08-2006 06:21 PM|
re: 1930 frame fit a 31 roadster pickup?
Thanks homebrew! Maybe I will just have to build a roadster now too
|11-08-2006 06:06 PM|
Yes the roadster pickup body will fit on it as all 28-31 frames were the same. I can't remember for sure but I think you may have to do some reworking in the rear area to mount the box. Check out this link for an original drawing and the dimensions of those frames.
|11-08-2006 05:56 PM|
1930 frame fit a 31 roadster pickup?
Have a 1930 tudor sedan frame and want to know if a 1931 roadster pickup body will fit ? Any help appreciated!