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Old 03-22-2011, 10:55 AM   #1
'29wagon
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i've not looked close enough yet and when i received my '29 everything was loose, now it's dismantled.
in looking at many photos shot at the rear i notice the floor at the inside rear fender is tapered.
i've been under the assumption that those fenders will fall into place by paralleling the frame extension "z" channels (if they are called that), paralleling them with each other. or am i seeing it wrong and the channel tapers to follow the frame .
if there is a willing folk to enlighten me on this. much appreciated .
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Old 04-11-2011, 07:04 PM   #2
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Hi,
I think I can help, there is an offset of about a 1/4" on the "Z" bars. This also makes the rails of the floor supports and the floor itself to adjust for this offset. If you would like some information about the "Z" bars or drawings, I would be happy to help. You can call me on the East Coast at 321.454.4490 and I can sent the info to you. Keeping the hobby alive for the next generation.
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