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Does this look right?
#1337343 Thu Dec 12 2019 02:07 AM
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[img]https://www.stovebolt.com/ubbthread...ber/13567/filename/0_20191211_144649.jpg[/img]

Looks to me the bar should be in the horizontal recessed area.
Any thoughts?

Re: Does this look right?
Joel1948 #1337353 Thu Dec 12 2019 03:10 AM
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What year door is it? '47 and '48 had the bar in the groove. Later models were like your picture. The design of that part changed as well.

Re: Does this look right?
Joel1948 #1337360 Thu Dec 12 2019 04:31 AM
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The truck is a 48. Who knows what the doors are on it. They didn't fit well at all.

Re: Does this look right?
Joel1948 #1337372 Thu Dec 12 2019 09:25 AM
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This is a picture from the repair manual. Looks right to me.

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Re: Does this look right?
Joel1948 #1337382 Thu Dec 12 2019 12:55 PM
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The only problem I see is the huge access hole cut in the inner panel---not necessary for either power windows or wind up ones. The Lizard Skin coating sound deadener/heat shield is a winner.


Evan
Re: Does this look right?
Thrifty51 #1337447 Fri Dec 13 2019 12:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Thrifty51
This is a picture from the repair manual. Looks right to me.


What year is referenced by that picture?

Re: Does this look right?
Joel1948 #1337451 Fri Dec 13 2019 12:33 AM
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The access holes will give me plenty of room to work in and were perfect for spraying the lizard skin. I'll be able to clamp the mounting brackets where I think they should be and test the assembly before final mounting. I'll fab cover panels that will screw on to the inner door for maintenance access. I'm not doing a restoration and the door will be covered with an ultra leather panel so, the holes are a benefit.

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Joel1948 #1337497 Fri Dec 13 2019 02:05 PM
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Re: Does this look right?
Brad Allen #1337510 Fri Dec 13 2019 04:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Brad Allen


Does this information exist for a 1954 truck as well? A lot of this could be used on a 1954, just curious if there is one. Thanks .

Re: Does this look right?
Joel1948 #1337526 Fri Dec 13 2019 07:27 PM
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I have over 600 Jam Handy films from the years 1932 thru 1969 covering a wide variety of mechanical, sales, cars, trucks, etc. I have posted the ones I have formatted to jpeg format at the link below. I still have 100 or so that I deem worthy of posting when I get the time. In the course of reviewing most of the 600 I have not located or have I seen anything for the later 51 to 55 1st Series cabs. In fact truck strips or information for 52-55 are quite rare, if someone does locate them I would be happy to copy and return them.
A sample:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/advance-design_parts_co/8462779352/in/album-72157631872034068/

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