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Thread: 38 frame identification ①

  1. #11
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    a 38 toolbox mount will have rectangular blocks for the mounting bolts where a 36 & 37 are round.

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    I think it is the other way around.

    Quote Originally Posted by knucklehead 61 View Post
    a 38 toolbox mount will have rectangular blocks for the mounting bolts where a 36 & 37 are round.

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    Quote Originally Posted by larry View Post
    There is no raised portion at the axel slide. It appears to be as forged.



    The inside surfaced is raised.

    Hi Larry. There is a lot of years of corrosion that has mottled the evidence of machining marks. The area where the axle adjuster hole comes through the rib, still has the semi circular pattern of the slab mill that was used during the machining process. Regards Steve.
    Steve Little
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    AMCA member 1950

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    Thanks for the explanation. I have another '38 frame. You can barely see the undercut, but it is certainly there.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Wieland View Post
    I think it is the other way around.
    you are correct, i was mixed up. i had to take a look at my 37u & 48el frames again.

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