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need 52 f1 box dimensions pleease

Please help me asap I am building the whole box out of wood and lost my measurements of the finished size of my 52 f1 box mostly I need the width exact finished size I am close to completion sides a re solid quartersawn white oak with jatoba inserts with qs oak rails and stiles a solid qs oak tailgate nlayed wenge and lots done to finish setup of floor i need the finished outside width so my fenders sit in the corect position help would be greatly appreciated
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Here's the chart from the Dealer's Handbook. Stu
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what info i need is the crossmember locations but thanx for this info its very helpful
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HI Woody,

There's tons of info on the dimensions on a number of sites and here on FTE.

The first one I came up on is from "Earls World."

I'll post the link, and if you scroll about 2/3 of the way down you will see his dimensional drawings on the bed boards. There are dimensions for wood to cross member hole drilling dimensions there - those are the dimensions for your cross member centers.

Here's the link. If you need more let me know. I have quite a few references..also check out Mar-k who advertises here.

MAR-K Catalog

http://www.clubfte.com/users/earl/Re..._Material.html

Good luck
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PS Well here, I'll post a picture from "Earls World" as well....excellent site...recommend it to all!

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