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#1467021 Sun Sep 18 2022 12:35 PM
Joined: Mar 2002
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A friend of mine just gave me a 14" drum that he acquired years ago when he had a 1952 Chev 1 Ton. I have to clean it up some but it appears to never have been turned and it may be NOS. It matches an NOS drum I have with one exception. It doesn't have the cooling ridges on the outside. This is not because of rust, they just aren't there. Did GM make them without the ridges?

truckernix #1467045 Sun Sep 18 2022 02:10 PM
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Early ones have ridges like on my 50 one ton
And later years are smooth like my 53 one ton
I don’t known if they are interchangeable.
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truckernix #1467118 Sun Sep 18 2022 10:25 PM
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'Bolter
Thanks. This drum will work on my 51 1Ton. I compared it with one of my spare drums.


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