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Old 04-08-2012, 03:34 PM
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1951 F-4 Stake and Platform

The F-4 model was classified as a one ton model, and was the top of the light duty line. In most ways, however, it resembles the models in the heavy duty range. It is straight framed and shares the 5 lug x 8" bolt pattern hubs and wheels as used on the heavy duty range. Single 20" wheels or dual 18" wheels were options. It differs from the heavy duty range in that it has a single walled frame which saved it the frame rust issues sometimes seen in the larger models. Stu


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