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Old 10-04-2011, 01:26 PM
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running boards for 1950-F2

I am working on a 1590 F2 to restore ( it is all there) 239 flat head, and the running boards are rusted thru where the brace is welded underneath. The rest is Ok and is still bolted to the fenders.
I understand that the Long Bed running boards are non existing??
What can I do to "fix" what I have??
Do not have pics yet but will try to post later.
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I'm in west central IL.
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Old 10-04-2011, 01:44 PM
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Hey welcome to the forum! I live in Pekin,IL close to Peoria.
I am working on a '49 F3, our running boards sound the same as a lot of them are rusted there. I got a couple pieces of other running boards and am planning to carefully cut out the rusted area and stitch weld good used pieces back in. I haven't done it yet though. I think it's gonna be a little tedious, but no hill for a climber.
What town do you live near? Nice to have another,somewhat, local guy!
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Old 10-04-2011, 01:47 PM
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Welcome to FTE,
yes you will have to either fix what you have, build your own, or buy some good used ones.

btw check the classifieds section here for 48-60 trucks, I know someone who has a really nice set listed in there. not perfect but no rust out.
http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/10...uck-parts.html

Actually looks like there may be a couple sets listed in there!

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Just a thought, and may sound stupid, but could you cut out patches from a shortbeds running boards to replace the rusted out spots in yours?
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I have a set of solid F2-F3 running boards. I sent you an email earlier.
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Just a thought, and may sound stupid, but could you cut out patches from a shortbeds running boards to replace the rusted out spots in yours?
thats MY plan! I hope it works out, I think it might be tough trying to get everything to line up just right and weld. but it's not gonna get any better without trying!
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I have a set also on the classifieds, although across the border. lmk
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I have a set of solid F2-F3 running boards. I sent you an email earlier.
I did not look at email last night. At worrk now.
Thanks and look tonight.
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I am off high way 24 in a small town called Fowler just East of Quincy about 8 miles.
Glad I am not the only one with rusted out running boards.
I may do the weld in patch.
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I am off high way 24 in a small town called Fowler just East of Quincy about 8 miles.
Glad I am not the only one with rusted out running boards.
I may do the weld in patch.
Ok! well we are practically nieghbors! I use to live on rt 24, but I was a lot farther east! Washington, IL
Those rusted out areas are pretty common, I have heard about alot of them rusting there.
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looking for set of f-2 1950 ford pickup running boards. Rich
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I have a set of solid F2-F3 running boards. I sent you an email earlier.
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could you give me a quote for your running boards. Rich
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