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Part # A-35131 | Model Year 28-31
These metal straps were riveted to the bottom side of the floorboard to support the middle of the front angled floorboard. Comes with mounting rivets as original. U.S.A.
Part # A-35131-AR | Model Year 28-28
Used from the beginning of production until around March of 1928. These attached to the under- side of the floorboards for reinforcement. Held on with flat headed wood screws which are included. U.S.A.
Part # A-35130-HR | Model Year 28-31
This steel floorboard kit is made to replace the original wooden floorboards in the front of your A. This kit can only be used with the 'BITCHIN' brand recessed firewalls. U.S.A.
Part # A-35123-SP | Model Year 28-31
A two piece steel that holds the felt around the steering column and around the pedals. Keeps the cold and engine fumes out. Powder coated black. U.S.A.
Part # A-35149 | Model Year 28-31
This kit will allow you to remove only part of your floorboard above the battery instead of the entire floorboard when changing the battery. You will have to remove the floorboards and cut the main board for the initial installation. Mounting hardware and instructions included. U.S.A.
Part # A-35130-X | Model Year 28-31
Exactly the same as our stock style floorboards except the lower flat board doesn't have a cut-out for the transmission. Used with modified transmission upgrades such as a Ford 4-speed or S10 transmission. You'll have to put holes in to suit your application.
Part # #33-W | Model Year 28-31
The special countersunk washer used in mounting the floorboards. Also used for mounting some of the door hinges. U.S.A.
Part # AA-35130/31-B | Model Year 29-31
Used on 1929-31 Ton trucks with the 4 speed transmissions. Notch in the the main board is 8" wide, 7" deep. 7 ply birch veneer. U.S.A.
Part # A-40555-CL | Model Year 28-31
Special clip to hold the bottom of the kick panel. These were welded to the sub rails originally. The kickpanel is the interior panel that finishes off the inside of your cowl panels between the door opening and the firewall. U.S.A.