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Old 09-20-2011, 10:31 PM
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Anyone have an extra toolbox/ tool tray that mounts behind the seat near the gas tank they want to sell? I have a 1951 f1 and would like to have it to store some basic hand tools.

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I have two if someone else is in need.
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Old 09-21-2011, 07:57 AM
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I will PM you guys for sure, I am still trying to figure out how to do that.
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51PanelMan,

I think I sent you a PM the correct way but I am not sure. I would be willing to buy one from you, let me know the details and if you could post a picture that would be great, I dont even know what one is supposed to look like.

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I guess that is what is supposed to look like. Mine is missing and I would love to have one. If anyone wants to sell one I would be a buyer!
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I didn't get a PM from you.

Since Wayne posted first, you should contact him. I don't want to take a sale away from him. I made my post for future reference and if anyone else needed one, or two.
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Thanks 51 PanelMan, I think you have a good idea. I am sure someone else will need another though. Did these not come with a lid? I am thinking it is more like a tool tray rather than a tool box which is still ok by me.
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Never seen one till now. Looks like a rain gutter to me.
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A gutter from lowes might be cheaper!
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They didn't have lids. The tool tray rested on top of the fuel tank and was bolted in to the cab.

The early rounded tool trays from a 48 are really hard to come by.
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*suddenly has an idea for his truck* lol thanks for this, that could prove a handy idea.
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