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  • About pbsdaddy
    Central Delaware
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    Fords forever 2013 Mustang GT convert. 2008 F250 Oil Burner, 1996 Windstar 2012 Miata 1965 Ranchero Pro Street
    Call Pittsburgh home but live in Delaware.
    VVA Chapter 850


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  • Last Activity: Yesterday 06:57 PM
  • Join Date: 02-09-2015
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  1. 56panelford
    04-26-2018 08:28 PM - permalink
    Go to CP user and edit options and disable the auto scrolling and you'll be fine..
  2. underthebridgejim
    09-09-2015 03:06 PM - permalink
    Hi, actually from my understanding all 48s 49s & early 50s came with a steel bed floor, with a wood Plank subfloor which if I remember correctly was notched for the hump. The wood Im sure your talking about is to bring the new wood bed up to level, and hide where the old spot welds that held the original steel floor were on the sides of the bed.. If you check out Classic Haulers (net or free catalog) you will see the wood edging we are talking about for sale along with a bunch of wood and trim options. On mine I had to add a short piece of SS by the tailgate to cover a short gap. But I think I just didn't get the front trim piece which caused the gap??? The folks (all Girls) at Classic haulers are very helpful if you have any questions. Just about all the vendors carry bed wood but CC is where I got mine. Ax has some real good threads on bed wood types and coatings, its definitely worth looking them up. PS thank you for the kind words about my truck.
  3. underthebridgejim
    09-08-2015 08:04 PM - permalink
    It is still gorgeous, enjoy every mile, treasure every moment. Your response just shows the class that you possess as a person. "Rock On" my friend
  4. underthebridgejim
    09-07-2015 08:02 PM - permalink
    I just saw a full size pic of your truck for the first time and wow, its absolutely gorgeous. Congratulations.
  5. 09-05-2015 08:10 PM - permalink
  6. 09-05-2015 08:10 PM - permalink
    Send to my email [email protected] and ask price
  7. 09-05-2015 08:10 PM - permalink
    Yes please send pics that should work. Ian doing some mechanical work then body work in October. That should be fine.
  8. 56panelford
    02-24-2015 06:27 PM - permalink
    Are you working on a panel?
  9. pbsdaddy
    02-24-2015 05:27 AM - permalink
    That is beautiful. The strips of oak are a great contrast.
  10. 56panelford
    02-23-2015 06:18 PM - permalink

    Hello, I used 1/2" oak veneer plywood and it is fastened with countersunk head 1/4" bolts into the underlying cross braces, the solid oak strips hide the heads of the bolts. The strips closest to the wheel tubs also hide where I glued the panels together. I was able to place in there in one piece with the help of my wife.

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