28-29 10" outside mirror bracket

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rustya1928
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28-29 10" outside mirror bracket

Post by rustya1928 » December 15th, 2016, 8:07 am

Wanted 1 outside 10" long mirror bracket for a 28-29 close cab truck. This is the one that bolts to the door post. Also need lug nuts for the side mount carrier on a 28 AA express bed.

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Re: 28-29 10" outside mirror bracket

Post by Neil Wilson » December 15th, 2016, 12:17 pm

rustya1928 wrote:Also need lug nuts for the side mount carrier on a 28 AA express bed.
There were three designs of wheel nuts for 1928 AA's without emergency brakes. Check out http://aafords.com/aa-chassis/aa-1000-wheels/#wn
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Re: 28-29 10" outside mirror bracket

Post by rustya1928 » January 21st, 2017, 10:39 am

Neil:
I need the side mount lugs for a Oct.28 AA express. Any help? Thanks Charlie

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Re: 28-29 10" outside mirror bracket

Post by Neil Wilson » January 21st, 2017, 11:03 am

rustya1928 wrote:Neil:
I need the side mount lugs for a Oct.28 AA express. Any help? Thanks Charlie
FYI - Many 1928 AA's were converted to the AA front spindles in early 1929. This resulted in the original 1928 wheel nuts being replaced with the mid February - December 1929 wheel nuts. Originally, wheel nuts on the ground wheels matched wheel nuts on the wheel carrier as far as the hex size. Normally, a late 1928 would have the right hand threaded A-21922, 1-1/8 hex wheel nuts. The wheel carrier would have had two A-21922 wheel nuts and one A-21924, 1-1/8 hex carrier lock nut.

You need to determine which wheel nuts are correct for your AA. As indicated above, check out http://aafords.com/aa-chassis/aa-1000-wheels/#wn and compare wheel nut drawings to what you have for your ground wheels.
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