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1939-1946 3/4 - 1-Ton panel truck rear fenders
#1359596 Sun May 10 2020 05:44 PM
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Hi Fellow stovebolters,
I am building a custom bed for my 1937 GMC COE with a 3/4 ton 1946 Chevy panel truck and need a pair of 1937-1946 ONE TON panel truck rear fenders. I prefer NOS or very good used fenders but will consider all candidates. greyhound shipping preferred. These fenders have the opening and the trim around them.
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Brian

Last edited by repguy; Sat May 23 2020 12:42 PM. Reason: added 1-ton
Re: 1939-1946 3/4 - 1-Ton panel truck rear fenders
repguy #1361601 Sat May 23 2020 12:42 PM
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Bump....still looking

Re: 1939-1946 3/4 - 1-Ton panel truck rear fenders
repguy #1361642 Sat May 23 2020 10:25 PM
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Are these the same as 1/2tons ?
Trim..??

Re: 1939-1946 3/4 - 1-Ton panel truck rear fenders
repguy #1361645 Sat May 23 2020 11:01 PM
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Re: 1939-1946 3/4 - 1-Ton panel truck rear fenders
68ironhead #1361699 Sun May 24 2020 09:40 AM
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The one ton fenders are not the same a half or 3/4 ton fenders. The fenders I am looking for fit 1937-1946 Chevy GMC 1-ton panel trucks and 1937-1946 1=Ton express bed pickups with the 9 foot long pickup bed.

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repguy #1361840 Mon May 25 2020 02:48 AM
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The 37, and 38 model fenders have a lip around the opening, that the others do not.


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Re: 1939-1946 3/4 - 1-Ton panel truck rear fenders
repguy #1362020 Tue May 26 2020 02:40 PM
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The 1937-1946 on the 1-ton ONLY have the lip arround the wheel well opening

Re: 1939-1946 3/4 - 1-Ton panel truck rear fenders
repguy #1363185 Tue Jun 02 2020 01:45 PM
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