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#1517324 Thu Sep 14 2023 07:43 AM
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Abrams Offline OP
Good day, I'm looking for the front frame horns 1939 pickup. I`m told their year specific and rarer than hens teethe.

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If you need the frame channel, as in cut from another truck so it can be welded to your truck, this might not apply. The Master parts catalog says that a complete frame or frame side rail is 1939 only. If you need the forging that goes in the channel to provide a spring hanger and bumper mount, the catalog says 1937-1940 all 1/2, 3/4, and 1 ton trucks, EXCEPT 1940 1 ton. I hope this helps.
Back to the frame channel. It is likely that the front portion of the frame would be the same for at least 1940 but I have no way to confirm this.


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I have a '37 ton and a half, don't know if they would work, but would have no problem cutting them off if you could use them.

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