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Old 06-28-2009, 06:52 PM
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old truck new frame

hey i have a 1956 gmc truck and i have a frame off a 2003 chev l/b truck how hard would it be to get my body on the new frame has anyone done it and could you tell me how it was to do and how it turned out.

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get your tape measure out you will find your answer quickly
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ok

here is what i do know. the 89 through 95 are the same style frame. now with that being said, my brother and i are working on his 66 chevy and it will go right over with no fab work. other then the grill mounting. so you should not have any prob with your 2003 but i know for shure no prob with 89 through 95.
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thank you very much i just wonder how the rise in the frame will give me fits trying to get my body to fit and look good, how did yours turn out ?
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