Help identifying fenders

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AmberAutumn
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Help identifying fenders

Post by AmberAutumn » September 2nd, 2015, 5:57 pm

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I purchased a 29 Model A pickup that had rear fenders that did not belong on the pickup. Someone told me they may belong to an AA. The fenders look like the Model A pickup fenders but the rear fender brace goes through a hole in the fender, they do no have the indention for the running board splash aprons and the fenders have a small splash guard attached. I tried to upload some pictures but the files are to large. I will try to reduce the file size and send later. With this limited description, does anyone have an idea what they might fit?
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spectria
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Model Year: 1931
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Re: Help identifying fenders

Post by spectria » September 2nd, 2015, 6:05 pm

AmberAutumn wrote:I purchased a 29 Model A pickup that had rear fenders that did not belong on the pickup. Someone told me they may belong to an AA. The fenders look like the Model A pickup fenders but the rear fender brace goes through a hole in the fender, they do no have the indention for the running board splash aprons and the fenders have a small splash guard attached. I tried to upload some pictures but the files are to large. I will try to reduce the file size and send later. With this limited description, does anyone have an idea what they might fit?
Pics will help.
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flatford39
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Model Year: 1928
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Re: Help identifying fenders

Post by flatford39 » September 4th, 2015, 4:59 pm

Your pics are not helping. They appear to be a highly modified A fender for a trailer or what ever but I can't tell from your pics. People were pretty creative back in the day so you just don't know what they did.

AmberAutumn
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Re: Help identifying fenders

Post by AmberAutumn » September 4th, 2015, 6:27 pm

I measured the fenders this evening and they are 23 1/2 inches high, 41 inches long and 9 3/4 inches wide. Based on the information Dave sent to me, these did not come off the Model AA.

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Danny

AmberAutumn
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Re: Help identifying fenders

Post by AmberAutumn » September 24th, 2016, 6:56 am

I had posted this quite some time ago. Apparently the fenders did not come off of an AA. Just wondering if anyone else may know what the fenders belong to.

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