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Technical 1932 FORD part - what the heck is it?

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by marfen, Jan 27, 2014.

  1. marfen
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    These two brackets were in the boxes of parts taken off my 5w when I got it. Any idea what these are? they are 19.5" long.

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    I am thinkig supports for the seat tracks. Probably wrong!
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    A pillar mouldings? But they do not look like 32.
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    I don't believe that they are Deuce parts.
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  5. I got home and dug through my Deuce library and i can't find anything that looks like what you posted. HRP
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    I believe they are Henway items!
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    5 gallon paint stirrers. Dont recall them on mine anywhere.
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    I do believe they are seat track parts
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    Ok I'll set you up. What's a Henway?
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    A good oven stuffer is about 5 lbs
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    About a pound !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Mine didn't anything like that, IIRC.
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    343w Member

    Most hens weigh about 2 lbs.
  14. Unless they are aluminum!:rolleyes:
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    1948 chevy upper grille mount
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    How wide are they? Early bed cross rails for a PU?
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    Looks like after market parts, not original 32 parts, or perhaps someone put them in the wrong box!
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    I know Norm is smiling down on us now

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