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Old 06-30-2013, 08:06 AM
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57-63 Styleside Bed End cap patch panels finally available


New England Speed & Custom now sells lower bed end cap patch panels for 57-66 style side beds available on their website New England Speed & Custom | Design. Build. Drive.New England Speed & Custom
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Mfire, thanks for the tip, as this frequently comes up for discussion. Would you, or perhaps Morris, add your post to the " sticky" at the top of our forum listing essential suppliers for Fridges? Steve.
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About time, I'm need of some bad!
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Looks like they about $99 for just the bottom half.
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16g stamped in the USA too!
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Seems a little pricey but run with it while you can, first folks to bring them to market that I know of.
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Its made completely in America and stamped on 16g steel......cheap parts aren't good and good parts aren't cheap.....have you ever tried using Chinese stamped sheet metal






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