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Old 12-03-2009, 03:55 PM
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does any one know the width of the front of a 48 ford f1 pickup need to know so i can get a trailer wide enough to haul it
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73" from outside to outside of the front fenders. A little over 58" center line to centerline of front tires.

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73" from outside to outside of the front fenders. A little over 58" center line to centerline of front tires.

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thank you very much
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Hi hbixby,

Welcome to FTE

Go to this site that is from our own Bob Jones. Just about everything you want to know about 48-50 Ford Trucks is there including dimensional drawings of your truck.

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This is the drawing for a 1951 - the dimensions are the same.


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i got mine with a uhaul
Just don't tell them what you're really towing. Otherwise, they'll tell you that they can't rent the trailer to you because the truck is not in their computer database. Tell them you're towing a Corolla.
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