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Old November 10th, 2009, 10:15 PM
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Re: Troop seat wood specs
Post by k8icu on May 15, 2006, 9:43pm

The bows and troop seat, cargo cover, end curtains etc should be the same as the M37 Dodges so that market is open for you to look at for those parts. The vinyl tops for the M800 dodges and the CUCVs is way different.
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Re: Troop seat wood specs
Post by beast on May 16, 2006, 8:03am

The M37 bows are different. They are flat across the top and the corner pieces form an L instead of a curve. M715 stuff is the same as a M35 deuce. The troop seat uprights are the same but need a few inches cut off the bottoms to fit the 715, and the bow corners are the same, but need the wood part of the bow cut down to fit the narrower 715. This should make finding the needed parts much easier, as deuce parts are quite common and easy to find.
 

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