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Old 05-17-2014, 01:47 PM   #1
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Frame steel thickness?

I am replacing the last 8 feet of frame on a 69' Overlander and I was wondering if anyone know what gauge of steel is used in the frame C channel? I measured it and I am guessing it is around 12 gauge? I can get 14 gauge for free and I am thinking it is too thin. Anyone know exactly what they used? I search for days and really never found out.

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