AA Ford Discussion Group relating to the repair and restoration of your AA Ford.
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- Posts: 1306
- Joined: April 24th, 2003, 11:50 am
- Body Type: Mail truck, Stake tr
- Model Year: 1931
- Location: SO CAL
- Neil Wilson
- Posts: 2805
- Joined: February 5th, 2003, 9:42 pm
- Body Type: 82-A/89-A
- Model Year: 1930
- Location: Boulder, CO
FYI - Early 1928 = through April 1928 - RGJS page E-107
Initially the bolt had a 1-1/8" hex head (see figure 4 upper
image). Beginning in April 1928 through May 1929 the head
was 1-1/8" square with rounded corners (see center image). The
head was then changed back to hex beginning in April 1929.
- Posts: 82
- Joined: May 21st, 2017, 4:27 pm
- Body Type: 82-A Closed Cab
- Model Year: 1928
- Location: Illinois
Thank you, Neil. Informative response as always. My April28 truck has hex head bolts, while I also have a July28 frame with rear springs that has square head bolts, hence my confusion. And then I couldn't find the RGJS reference. But now I know that each frame is correct for their respective month!