The last of the shows will soon be only digital pictures and fond memories. If you are getting your Bolt ready for some last cruises, or just thinking about putting her up for winter, be sure to check out what parts you need from American Classic Truck Parts. They still offer a 10% discount on parts in stock to Stovebolters. Please add your Stovebolt screen name and number in the comments at the end -- no special codes required.
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The calendars from last year are available for 2016. We will be starting from scratch soon. If you want one just like one from last year, you may want to check it out soon.
Registered: Wed Jun 04 2008 08:18 AM
Loc: Maine, U.S.A.
After searching forever for a pair of rear fenders I saw a listing for a 1940 one ton pickup. I asked the owner if he ever came across rear fenders for a 1946 chevy half ton. He said as a matter of fact he had a set that he ended up selling me for an unbelievable price. Here is my problem. Does anyone know what the differences are in the two types of fenders? Would the one ton fenders still fit my 1/2 ton bed?(these seem to fit but i'm not sure. They look big but my bed never had fenders so I'm not sure if the size is an illusion.
Registered: Tue Jun 22 2010 11:46 PM
Loc: washington state
Not sure we understand the question, you bought the 46 1/2 ton fenders. But you think they're too big ? And you either want the one ton fenders, or you think thats what the guy sold you ? I would check out the gallery pictures and see what they're supposed to look like compared to yours ? Mine are 1/2 ton. AM