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Re: Measurements needed

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  • ttdjm
    Hi, someday I would like to build a Crosley flatbed truck to carry my 1961 Crofton or my Wheel Horse tractors. I m not sure if it would be a standard cab,
    Message 1 of 3 , Dec 31, 2009
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      Hi, someday I would like to build a Crosley flatbed truck to carry my 1961 Crofton or my Wheel Horse tractors. I'm not sure if it would be a standard cab, extended cab or a 4-door cab, I have other changes in mind for the cab that is why I'm looking for these measurments.
      tom


      --- In Crosley@yahoogroups.com, Crosley-owner@yahoogroups.com wrote:
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      > --- In Crosley@yahoogroups.com, "ttdjm" <ttdjm@> wrote:
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      > "Hi, I have had this idea rattling around in my head for years, and am trying to put down on paper but I do need some measurements.
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      > The measurements I need from 48-52 pick-up or wagon I assume that they are the same?
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      > The distance between the clutch pedal (where your foot goes) and inside the driver's side
      > The distance between the shift lever (where it comes out of the floor) and the front seat
      > The distance between the front seats
      > How wide are the front wheel wells?
      > Total length, bumper to bumper
      > Total width of FOR/Crofton with the dual wheels
      > And any close-up pictures of the details that I'm looking for.
      > Thank you and Merry Christmas
      > Tom"
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      > Tom,
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      > You're correct about the '48-'52 pickup/wagon driver's-compartment measurements being identical. Could you be more specific on what your thoughts are? Thanks, and Merry Christmas to you and yours as well!
      >
      > =Lou=
      >
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