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#1229821 - Sun Aug 13 2017 03:34 AM Re: 1946 3/4 ton Stakebed [Re: JoeR]  
EdPruss  Online
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After you get a chance to check the rear end ratio, you can start looking for 4.11 gears if you need them, in your spare time.

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#1230245 - Tue Aug 15 2017 07:42 PM Re: 1946 3/4 ton Stakebed [Re: JoeR]  
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Bracebridge Ontario Canada
Man that is a nice complete truck, and solid too. You will have a lot of fun working on it and driving it too. There are not a lot of original beds around like that with the steel and all.


1951 GMC 1 Ton Flatbed -- It is finally on the road and what a great time I have driving it!
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