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Panel Truck Spare Tire
#1360543 Sat May 16 2020 06:38 AM
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I have a rear fuel tank in my '51 Panel so I had to devise somewhere else to locate the spare tire. This simple mounting bracket from American Van Equipment secures it solidly, and helps counterbalance the loss of the original side tank to prevent the notorious "Chevy Lean" that our trucks always seem to develop.

Sorry, you can tell that the cargo compartment is the last thing on my truck to receive any detailing...eventually it will all be painted black and the wood refinished.

https://www.americanvan.com/spare-tire-mounting-bracket.html

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1951 Chevy Panel Truck
Re: Panel Truck Spare Tire
miraclepieco #1360555 Sat May 16 2020 12:09 PM
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It all looks good to me.

Thanks for the link to the bracket.


Tim
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