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Stovebolters - Are the subject running boards interchangable? Why? My '52 'Burb is missing its passenger side running board and could easily be gotten from the same length size from a half ton pick-up. It is the fitment on the rear fender I am unsure of because of 'Burbs having rear fenders skinner than pick-ups. Anyone know? V/r, Nick Cavallaro, Bel Air, MD


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Yes, they are the same.


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1927 Chevy Capital 1 Ton truck - basket case
1941 Chevy Suburban - Parts only
1949 GMC Suburban - 10 year project
1945 GMC half ton truck - Driver
1946 Chevy COE - Might restore one day...
1959 GMC Half ton long bed NAPCO

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Hey Phil, Okay, appreciate your confirming what I thought will work, I.e., pick-up running board will fit on 'Burb too. Frame, brakes and fuel systems, and body sheet metal done. Engine next.
Is your GMC '52 painted? Why? Your new '36 Burb may get your focus leaving less time, $, and interest for my Chevrolet's sister. V/r, Nick


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