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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by partsdawg, Sep 25, 2021.

  1. partsdawg
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    Got a call, hit the road and bought a bunch of stuff. Beautiful day.
     

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  2. TagMan
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    Great haul ! Congrats.
     
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  3. ProtoTypeDesignFlauz
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    Congrats! Is that a 1932 HEAVY front axle assembly, or '33 - '34?
     
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  4. swifty
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    Not sure about the cream/milk cans but there's some good stuff there. Guess the milk cans will go well at a swap meet. Did you get all that stuff?
     

  5. partsdawg
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    Got all that and a few more ModelA grill shells in another building. Milk cans With lids run $30-40 around here if not rusted out. These are clean
     
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  6. rusty rocket
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    I picked up a peerless T shell last year. Didn’t think I would ever see another.
     
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  7. partsdawg
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    There is a ‘37 axle and a Model A.
     
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  8. easyrider47
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  9. easyrider47
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    In pic 221, what would you take for the 30-31 shell on the combine radiator
     
  10. rusty valley
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    Dig those crazy brake drums on the 37 axle! I've seen rear wide 5's open like that, but never fronts.
     
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  11. Tman
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    Aftermarket? Heavy Duty?
     
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  12. rusty valley
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    Not sure, aftermarket I think. There was a thread a while back on the barn and no one seemed to know. There are two types of rears, one all cast like shown here, and one that has bolted on drums. I have some pics, gimme a minute.
     
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  13. rusty valley
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    Pics of 2 types of odd rears, and an odd front with a big rib on it IMG_0731.JPG
     
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  14. partsdawg
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    Heading back out there for one final dig.
     

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