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1941-46 grille question
#877128 Thu Aug 23 2012 11:41 PM
Joined: May 2010
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Hello fellas! Would a 2 ton art deco(41-46) truck grille fit a half ton truck ( are they the same )?
I know th big AD (47-54) truck grilles are bigger than the half tons. Thanks

Re: 1941-46 grille question
5WINDOWJOHN #877207 Fri Aug 24 2012 10:09 AM
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I know the fenders are different, but unfortunately I'm unsure of the grille. Someone might know for sure, but your best bet might be to get measurements and compare to the 1/2 ton opening, or 1/2 ton measurements (which I can get for you next weekend).

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Re: 1941-46 grille question
46gmcpu #877553 Sat Aug 25 2012 01:35 PM
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They are the same so far as I know. I layed a 1 1/2 ton grill atop a 1/2 ton, and everything appears the same.


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Re: 1941-46 grille question
rustednuts #877693 Sat Aug 25 2012 09:51 PM
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A friend has a '40 well drilling truck, must be a 1 1/2ton or so, and it is the same front clip (except the fenders to clear the big tires,) as my pickup. And the '40 is the same cab as the '41-'46.

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