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1967 Chevrolet C60

Posted By DOC HOLLIFIELD Sunday, November 01, 2020 9:41 AM
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I have a 1967 Chevy C60 dump truck. I am looking for a replacement fender for it as I am restoring it and am told that there are wide and narrow fenders. It has a 24,000 GVWR, 427 with 5/2, air brakes, Dayton wheels, and Custom Cab emblems on the doors. On the plate with the VIN, there is only the VIN and the GVWR. Axle ratings are not specified as on newer trucks. Truck has been on the east coast if that's important. Any ideas?
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Best I can do is offer a guess, at that GVW, I would think you'd be looking for narrow fenders, Most single rear axles top out at the "legal limit" of 20K, so with a 24K GVW both front and rear a far below the limit, meaning the front doesn't need wide tires, like a 20K front axle would.

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