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Old 11-28-2011, 11:09 AM
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Is this a lower cab corner?

Hey guys..

Quick question...

I have a picture for you to look at... The picture (If you standing behind the truck) Of the right bed cut out.

If you notice there is a alot of rust under the bed in that corner, The part rusted out is that the cab corner?

I don't want to order one and it not be a cab corner.
I did notice if you look up in that area you see the hose going to the fuel tank.


Thanks in advance!

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Unis have no lower cab corners.

It is all boxed in along with the torque box. Yours appears to be missing due to cancer.

Page 14-15 Figure 5 in the 61 factory shop manual has a pretty good representation of what is supposed to be there.

Purchase a manual or a body assembly book as a guide. You need to replace all the reinforcement that is missing.

Here is a shot of the rear of the cab on a 63
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Here is a shot of the bottom of a long bed torque box
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Here is the additional reinforcement between the bedside and the Torque box stamping
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