For Sale Dripping Springs, Texas; Miscellaneous 1970 40 Parts

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Cleaning out garage: Black "C" channel type of front bumper; original 1F valve cover; OEM air cleaner assembly; distributor with electronic ignition module; charcoal cannister and inner fender tin; 2 hardtop side glass windows.
Thanks.
 
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Cleaning out garage: Black "C" channel type of front bumper; original 1F valve cover; OEM air cleaner assembly; distributor with electronic ignition module; charcoal cannister and inner fender tin; 2 hardtop side glass windows.
Thanks.

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Mark

I thought you offered me the air cleaner?
Mark:

Ooops. So I did. These days, I tend to blame things like this on Alzheimer's. At least that's my excuse. I will pack it up and mail it to you. Sorry for the goof up.
 
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Are you planning to put a rollbar in your truck?
I already did it because when we purchased the truck it came with what I believe is an OEM later model roll bar that was not mounted and taking up space. I installed it and extended the mounting brackets for the long jump seats. I had to fashion some "L" type of brackets to support the outer bumpers. I'm confident that the entire install is not up to your standards but it works.

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I’m glad you posted that pic.

I would use some stouter angle iron for those supports. If you can grab those and bend them with a pair of pliers, chances are they won’t hold the weight of a person.
 
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I’m glad you posted that pic.

I would use some stouter angle iron for those supports. If you can grab those and bend them with a pair of pliers, chances are they won’t hold the weight of a person.
I agree. It is on my "things-to-do" list. The biggest problem that I have is sourcing some stout angle iron of the proper dimensions. Unfortunately, I don't have a fab. shop.
 

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