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Posted by Outback Dave in WA on February 21, 2007 at 00:17:39 from (220.127.116.11):
What species of wood was commonly used for floor boards during the mid 30's? My 36 IHC C-15 floor boards are all there but in sad shape and need to be replaced. Also, the steel flooring under the seat and the lower rear corners of the cab are beginning to rust through. The wooden framework needs to be replaced as well. I think the metal flooring under the seat may be a flat panel of sorts and not too difficult to fabricate. The rounded corners will not be so easy. Are they normally rebuilt with fiberglass or can they be replaced by other steel body segments from another vehicle with similar contours? This off frame repair is quite some time down the road. Right now my interest is more mechanical.
Thanks, Dave WA
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