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1932 Ford Chassis Dimensions

  • 1932 FORD FRAME RAILS ARE 12' 6" LONG.
  • 1932 FORD FRAME RAILS ARE 6" TALL THROUGH THE BODY AREA.
  • 1932 FORD FRAME RAILS ARE 2" WIDE FROM FRONT XMEMBER TO REAR XMEMBER.
  • 1932 FORD FRAME RAILS ARE 4" TALL AT THE REAR AXLE CENTER LINE.
  • 1932 FORD FRAME RAILS ARE 2 5/8" TALL AT THE FRONT AXLE CENTER LINE.
  • 1932 FORD FRAMES SHOULD BE 23 3/4" WIDE AT THE FRONT.
  • 1932 FORD FRAMES SHOULD BE 40" WIDE AT THE REAR.
  • 1932 FORD FRAMES SHOULD BE 25 5/8" WIDE AT THE FRONT AXLE CENTERLINE.
  • 1932 FORD FRAMES SHOULD BE 40 3/4" WIDE AT THE REAR AXLE CENTERLINE.
  • 1932 FORD FRAMES SHOULD BE THE SAME WIDTH AT BOTH THE TOP AND BOTTOM OF FRAME RAIL.
  • 1932 FORD FRAMES SHOULD BE 40" AT THE REAR MOST BODY HOLE.
  • 1932 FORD FRAMES SHOULD BE 43" AT THE NEXT BODY HOLE FORWARD.
  • 1932 FORD FRAMES SHOULD BE 43 1/2" AT THE NEXT BODY HOLE FORWARD.
  • 1932 FORD FRAMES SHOULD BE 43 1/4" AT THE NEXT BODY HOLE FORWARD.
  • 1932 FORD FRAMES SHOULD BE 40 1/8" AT THE NEXT BODY HOLE FORWARD.
  • FRONT CROSSMEMBERS SHOULD BE LOCATED SO THAT THE CENTER OF THE RADIATOR MOUNTING HOLES ARE 13" BACK FROM THE CENTER OF THE FRONT MOST SPREADER BAR HOLE
  • MOTOR MOUNTS SHOULD BE CENTERED 15 1/2" BACK FROM THE CENTER OF THE RADIATOR MOUNTING HOLES IN FRONT CROSSMEMBERS
  • 1932 FORD BRAKE PEDAL KITS MOUNT 42 1/2" BACK FROM THE CENTER OF THE RADIATOR MOUNTING HOLE IN THE FRONT CROSSMEMBER, TO THE CENTER OF THE PIVOT SHAFT ON THE BRAKE PEDAL KIT
  • REAR CROSSMEMBERS SHOULD BE LOCATED WITH THE REAR EDGE OF THE CROSSMEMBER 2 3/4" FORWARD OF THE LAST BODY MOUNTING HOLE IN THE TOP OF THE FRAME RAIL. THE TOP OF THE REAR CROSSMEMBER SHOULD BE LEVEL WITH THE TOP OF THE FRAME RAIL.
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