Beaded metal strip that finishes the subrails under the
doors of Fordor Sedans and Cabriolets. 43" long. This strip
nails to the wooden subrail.
These run cross ways in the sub frame of the body, and join the sub rails together. Your floor pans also attach to these. D-nuts not included.
Sold in sets of 3 only. You'll have to trim ends to length and fit for joining to your sub rails. U.S.A.
Full length sub rails. These rails run from the rear cross member of the body up to the sub rail extensions in the front of the body. Sold in pairs only. U.S.A.
These short rails run from the door post back to the rear sub-frame. U.S.A.
Note on sub-rails: Normally sub-rails go bad at the rear of the body. If this is the only area that your sub rails are bad, we highly recommend just repalcing the rear half sub-rails. It is quite a bit more work to replace the entire rail.
2" drop. For the street rodder, we offer these roll pans for the back of the body. It has the rear sub-frame built right into it. It ties the sub-rails together. Available with the tail lights or without.
These are made of steel. Fits all Coupes and Roadsters. Because this panel has the rear sub frame incorporated into it, you are really only gaining about a 2" drop.
We do offer fiberglass roll pans in the Fiberglass Parts section of our catalog that will give you a full 3" or 6" drop. U.S.A.