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1940 ford truck fiberglass rear fenders

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by George G, May 9, 2012.

  1. George G
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    Looking at Wescott rear fenders for the 1940 1/2 ton. Pretty Spendy.

    I know their quality is excellent.

    Any suggestions for other makers? What about Speedway? how is their quality? okay? or not?
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    Try a search on Speedways '40 '41 truck fenders. There was a thread about a week ago and most everybody was favorable about them.
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  4. I've used Westcott fenders on several cars and trucks,,they really are a high quality product. HRP
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    We had some Speedway fenders (same app) that were just a ton of work to make right, went with steel. Question is, how nice do you want it? Or just for a driver?
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    There is no wonder when Wescott.

    ALWAYS high quality and they fit.

    Only fiberglass I've ever bought since 1979. No regrets.
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    I have some steel 1940 Ford truck rear fenders that I can sell. Both need work.
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    I know this doesn't answer your question but I used Wescotts on mine as well. The quality was great, prep was a breeze and they fit beautifully. If you add in prep time needed and factor in the possibility that the fenders still may not look perfect when done, I think Wescotts turn out to be a bargain.
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    I run Wescotts on my '38. They fit great and the quality is top notch. I did get one fender that had several voids around the bead. I called Wescotts and they shipped me a new one at no charge and told me to keep the old one. Super folks to work with.
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    i agree wescott's the best!

    pro's pick are good guys too and located in canada for our friends across the border
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    I don't know about Speedway's rear truck fenders, but the fronts are way off, when mating them to the inner fender apron panels.

    4TTRUK
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