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Old 06-28-2014, 02:37 PM
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Running board question

Are the 48-52 panel truck running boards the same as F4-F6 boards? I seem to recall they are?
I have some '52 panel RB I want to use on my COE......but they are really rough. May have access to some big truck ones if they will work?

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Yes, they're the same boards. The panels just have the notch cut out of them.

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Great, thanks Bob! No notch is even better.
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