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rear axle 1926 Ward Electric truck

Posted By hedgehog69 Tuesday, February 25, 2020 3:35 PM
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I have chassis of a 1926 Ward Electric truck. I believe it is a Timken rear axle. I'm getting ready to clean it up and make it functional again. http://forums.aths.org/Uploads/Images/91dc72bb-0d42-4bfd-8a40-b7ff.jpghttp://forums.aths.org/Uploads/Images/21789b12-8986-48cd-8338-bb25.jpg
Tuesday, February 25, 2020 3:36 PM by hedgehog69
Bruce Ohnstad
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That looks good, thanks for posting. Depending on how much room you have, rolling frames make good storage outside, off the ground and you can move and mow around them. I've got a couple chassis "still working."

Bruce

1932 White 643 restored in the working museum

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