These are the long running board splash aprons for the AA Trucks. A-141-AA is 96" Long and A-141-BB is 68" long.
NOTE: A-141-BB does not include nose section. U.S.A.
These special bolts held the front bumper brackets to the frame. The heads of these bolts were drilled and tapped to accept the screws that held the radiator apron on as well. We have seen both hex and round on original cars. U.S.A.
For 1930-31 only!
Holds the apron in place, 1928-29 uses 4 oval head machine screws that go through the front edge of the fender and into D-nuts that are in the apron.
1930-31 uses a set of four 1/4-28 round head machine screws and lock washers that hold the radiator splash apron on. These screw into the heads of the special bolts that hold the front bumper brackets on. U.S.A.
Radiator splash apron is the shield that goes under the radiator between the frame rails and front fenders. The beadwork on these aprons is not quite as defined as the originals but the fit and function is fine. U.S.A.