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Floor pan doubler washers
#1372216 Wed Aug 05 2020 09:42 PM
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Don't know where to put this so that's what you guys are for. I couldn't find the big floor pan doubler washers for the cab mount bolts so made a set of dies to make what I needed. If these are available elsewhere then ignore this. Pictured is 18g but dies can handle 16g or even 14g. Not in the parts business so will not set up on demand but would make extra ones the next time I need some. Let me know.

[img]https://i.postimg.cc/75yP3WbD/AD-cab-mount-washers-001.jpg[/img] [postimg.cc]

[img]https://i.postimg.cc/BtrJ3VTD/AD-cab-mount-washers-002.jpg[/img] [postimg.cc]

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Re: Floor pan doubler washers
coilover #1372231 Wed Aug 05 2020 11:34 PM
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They look really good Evan.


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Re: Floor pan doubler washers
coilover #1372254 Thu Aug 06 2020 02:17 AM
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Were those normally spotwelded in place originally?

Re: Floor pan doubler washers
coilover #1372257 Thu Aug 06 2020 02:29 AM
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Jim Carter and the Filling Station have these large washers as part of their kits. Looking at my '51 it is hard to tell what gauge they are and whether they are spot welded due to paint over previously corroded metal. I would want a heavier gauge, like 16g or 14g. Evan, I bet we could come up with something else for you to duplicate if you are looking for a project! It is cool you can do this, nice job.
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Re: Floor pan doubler washers
coilover #1372276 Thu Aug 06 2020 11:38 AM
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Thank you for the compliment but I only make parts that are unavailable or ridiculously over priced. Since the washers are now being offered by Carter and Filling Station I'll buy them; cheaper than making them.


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Re: Floor pan doubler washers
52Carl #1372317 Thu Aug 06 2020 05:57 PM
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"Hey! I sound like Darth Vader!!
Originally Posted by 52Carl
Were those normally spotwelded in place originally?

All the ones I have come across have been.


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