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Floor covering
#1280303 Sat Sep 15 2018 03:44 AM
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I am curious what type of covering would have originally been on the floor of my 1941 fire truck; I’m assuming some kind of rubber floor covering?

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fireguyfire #1280864 Thu Sep 20 2018 04:12 AM
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If it is the standard cab truck I am guessing it would be just the regular rubber floor mat that would have come with the truck from the factory.
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fireguyfire #1282912 Mon Oct 08 2018 12:04 PM
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Originally Posted by fireguyfire
I am curious what type of covering would have originally been on the floor of my 1941 fire truck; I’m assuming some kind of rubber floor covering?

I have no idea if it is a custom open cab model. A 1941 standard closed cab truck had a rubber floor mat. Reproductions are available but I have not had good luck with their quality and would strongly urge you to avoid them. A very inexpensive alternate is to use 1/4 inch thick horse stall matting rubber material purchased by the foot available at farm stores. In the US, Tractor Supply is a good source.

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fireguyfire #1313313 Wed Jun 05 2019 08:53 PM
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Vehicles of Victory has NOS Chevy 1 1/2 ton cab floor mats. Precut for the standard shift levers and parking brake. If you have an internal control for the PTO, you will need to notch it.
$75 I believe. Jute or horsehair backing.


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