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1959 Spartan 100 OEM steps
#1333025 Fri Nov 08 2019 08:32 PM
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WTB original or repro's factory style steps for cab with fender extension and brackets as well I believe 1958-59 are the same I think these were only on the SPARTAN 100 models Need both sides. email with pictures and price jack@justgeri.com Thank for the help guys

Re: 1959 Spartan 100 OEM steps
Audmarjack #1333133 Sat Nov 09 2019 09:32 PM
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56,and 57 model 8000, and 10000 series, would be the same, if I'm not mistaken.

Last edited by spanky; Sun Nov 10 2019 09:26 PM.

Spanky Hardy
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Re: 1959 Spartan 100 OEM steps
Audmarjack #1333224 Sun Nov 10 2019 07:28 PM
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Spanky,

The 7000 & 9000 trucks are LCF's and their running boards are shorter than the 8000/80 and 10000/100 series.

Mike B smile

Re: 1959 Spartan 100 OEM steps
Audmarjack #1333241 Sun Nov 10 2019 09:25 PM
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Yep Mike, I definitely meant 8000-10000 series, and not 7000, and 9000. As many LCF's, as I've had, did't mean to make that mistake.


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1948 Chevrolet 5700 COE Holmes HD W35 Wrecker
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1950 GMC 250 1-Ton
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