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If you look at your photos .... the rocker itself runs from the front of the door (both sides of course) back to just in front of the rear fender well opening. It does not extend beyond the fenders ..... so not the entire length of the stainless steel lower trim. Don't want you to think that the ent...
The rocker panels are the portion where the lower stainless attaches .... there is an outer (larger portion) and an inner (essentially flat) portion that "backs" it up and closes the rocker in except for some small drain holes. Replacement depends on how badly the piece is rusted out and what type o...
- Tue Jul 2nd, 2013 11:37
- Forum: Body
- Topic: I need help with my 50sd floor system
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I'd grab a manual and take a look at the frame / body section. As I recall there is a cross-section of the rockers included there. Paul has (had?) a copy of the service manual posted here on the forum.
I'm going to say that they won't .... they must be on a 5 x 4.5 inch pattern .... and I know that 15" .. unless they are 6.70 - 7.50 in width will likely rub. Add height to that .... it doesn't get better. Now ... with modifications ... most anything is possible.
Thanks for hanging onto them Jack. Someone is often in need of an individual door OR looking for a complete set. There are no VIN numbers on the doors. They do fit other era vehicles ... not many but some. The VIN should be on the drivers side post .... inside the door down by the drivers left leg. ...
- Tue May 28th, 2013 5:38
- Forum: OPEN Forum
- Topic: may have engine and tranny available for sale
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Many chose to do the same thing. The original motor interestingly enough already had hardened seats and could use unleaded fuel without modification. Early innovation ... or luck I guess.
Napa has many as does your own friendly local autopart store .... and then a variety of vendors including KANTER and others. Just search on your engine type / size. Are you running a stock engine ... original?