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Length of 1941 running boards
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I am looking for some 1941 running boards. Since mine are missing and the fenders are still off I was trying to find a length of running boards with a 127 inch wheel base. It looks like they should be about 60 inches.
Does anyone know the actual length of a 1941 running board if the car has a 127 inch wheel base?

Posted on: 11/16 18:04
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I'm afraid I don't know the length as my 1941 had a 160" wheelbase but I believe it should be the same as the 110 as the difference in wheelbase between 110 and 120 is in the nose.

Posted on: 11/16 19:34
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If I remember I will measure my 42 110 which will be the same tomorrow.

Posted on: 11/16 20:09

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Does anyone know the approx. length of a 1941 110 running board since it is the same as a 127 inch wheelbase 8cyl. car? Thanks.

Posted on: 11/18 18:12
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Sorry old and forgetful, have a note in my pocket.

Posted on: 11/18 20:39

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Beware the side trim - the running board side stainless and the rocker trim on running board delete cars are a little different in length.

Posted on: 11/19 6:14
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Thanks, that's a good tip.

Posted on: 11/19 11:31
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Hi 014; Sorry about the time delay. The board is 63 inches long and the trim is 60 1/2 inches long. I did my boards with the Steele mats which I believe are no longer available and were a nightmare to bond to the steel. I hope you can see in the pictures that there are four pieces to the mat. I know that some people have used beadliner to restore the boards. I hope this helps. Dell

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Posted on: 11/19 19:21

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Thanks, That is just what I needed. You guy's are always such a wealth of knowledge.

Posted on: 11/20 4:41
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