Late 1930/1931 rear fenders for dual wheels

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Re: Late 1930/1931 rear fenders for dual wheels

Post by Chris Haynes » February 27th, 2011, 4:44 pm

A knowledgeable man was just here looking at my fenders for dual wheels. He spotted that they were either widened or narrowed as there is a visible weld inside and in the center of the fenders from front to rear. I guess someone had single wheels and wanted duals.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayI ... 0655108874

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Re: Late 1930/1931 rear fenders for dual wheels

Post by A-Town Bob » March 13th, 2011, 10:37 am

Chris Haynes wrote:Here is a picture of Bud Valerius' AA.
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Now THAT is a pickup truck!

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Re: Late 1930/1931 rear fenders for dual wheels

Post by rollingsculpture » March 13th, 2011, 11:13 am

Chris Haynes wrote:A knowledgeable man was just here looking at my fenders for dual wheels. He spotted that they were either widened or narrowed as there is a visible weld inside and in the center of the fenders from front to rear. I guess someone had single wheels and wanted duals.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayI ... 0655108874

so does that mean they wont work or you are lowering the cost? or all the same.?

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Re: Late 1930/1931 rear fenders for dual wheels

Post by Chris Haynes » March 14th, 2011, 2:27 pm

I am sure they will work. They are the correct fender. They were simply widened for dual wheel use. So far I have seen no evidence that Ford made dual wheel fenders. Aftermarket companies did though.

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Re: Late 1930/1931 rear fenders for dual wheels

Post by Hayslip » March 14th, 2011, 4:28 pm

AA16312 and AA16313 (Fender (rear) assembly (dual) 195A,197A,280A,285A and 300A are Ford made fenders. Ford also made eye brow shaped fenders for the ice wagon model 199A and heavy duty express 242A. This fender was for dual wheels and is part AA16403.(fits both sides) Sincerely, Ed Hayslip
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Re: Late 1930/1931 rear fenders for dual wheels

Post by Chris Haynes » March 14th, 2011, 7:35 pm

Hayslip wrote:AA16312 and AA16313 (Fender (rear) assembly (dual) 195A,197A,280A,285A and 300A are Ford made fenders. Ford also made eye brow shaped fenders for the ice wagon model 199A and heavy duty express 242A. This fender was for dual wheels and is part AA16403.(fits both sides) Sincerely, Ed Hayslip

We are talking '30/'31 fenders here. In lookin at the Ford Truck Since 1905 book I don't see any duals on '30/'31 Express, Panel, or Service Car bodies.

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Re: Late 1930/1931 rear fenders for dual wheels

Post by Bob C » March 14th, 2011, 7:52 pm

Chris, look in the parts book, they are there just as Hayslip posted.

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Re: Late 1930/1931 rear fenders for dual wheels

Post by Chris Haynes » March 14th, 2011, 8:59 pm

Bob C wrote:Chris, look in the parts book, they are there just as Hayslip posted.

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Yes, but all he mentioned are 1928/1929 bodies. I am talking 1930/1931 Express, Panel and Service bodies. Stake and Grain trucks in '30/'31 didn't have rear fenders according to the information I have.

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Re: Late 1930/1931 rear fenders for dual wheels

Post by Bob C » March 15th, 2011, 8:22 am

Chris, AA16312 and AA16313 (Fender (rear) assembly (dual) for models 195A,197A,280A,285A and 300A.
all the models listed are 1931.

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Re: Late 1930/1931 rear fenders for dual wheels

Post by Chris Haynes » March 15th, 2011, 10:06 am

Bob C wrote:Chris, AA16312 and AA16313 (Fender (rear) assembly (dual) for models 195A,197A,280A,285A and 300A.
all the models listed are 1931.

Bob
Looking in my book I see the 195A is a SWB Express shown with single wheels. 197A is a LWB Express shown with single wheels. The 280A is an ambulance shown with single wheels. The 300A is also shown with single wheels.
The only model I find a photo of with dual wheels is a 1931 Briggs Body 210A.
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Re: Late 1930/1931 rear fenders for dual wheels

Post by 31syraNY » April 10th, 2011, 5:38 pm

Here is a link to 2010 Ledyard CT Memorial Day parade if you scroll down you will see a set of Dual Fenders

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Re: Late 1930/1931 rear fenders for dual wheels

Post by E.Moore » April 10th, 2011, 6:04 pm

Chris, I'll take them, but I need help from you getting them to the Bus station so they can be shipped to North Carolina.
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