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Old 02-26-2013, 03:48 PM   #18
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Default Re: 1939 Ford Package Tray Question

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Originally Posted by FatFndr View Post
I stand corrected on the wood that sandwiches the panel board. According to an email I received, they are not 1" x 2" pieces, they are 1" x 1". I don't know if this is correct but the person emailing me seemed pretty sure that those are the correct dimensions. And they are different lengths but they didn't say what that measurement was.
Actually they are 7/8 x 1". One piece (each side) is 23 7/8" long, the other (each side) is 24 5/8".
I think in this picture you can see why one is longer than the other. Note the hole at the very top? That's the longer of the two. The shorter of the two goes rearward and slips under the metal channel that the package tray bolts to.
The long piece, attaches to a brace integral of the inner body with a 1/4" flat head bolt.
The inner side upholstered panels get nailed to the board facing forward. the cardboard panels within the trunk get nailed to the board facing rearward.
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