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Good morning.  On a 1928 D B Senior, is there any thing like anti squeak material between the front fenders and the frame onto which they are bolted ?

Thank you for replies.

Harry.

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5 hours ago, trini said:

On a 1928 D B Senior, is there any thing like anti squeak material between the front fenders and the frame onto which they are bolted ?

Thank you for replies.

I think there has been discussion of this in the topics by @Mattml430 and @RichBad in the Dodge Brothers forum below.

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I checked for article and there is none. What I am trying to find out " Is there any type of anti squeak between the front fenders and frame ?"  Owners did many modifications  but I would like to keep everything to original near as possible. 

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I’m pretty sure they only had it between the body and the frame up to the front of the scuttle.  I don’t think there was any under the front wings however (possibly because there’s less movement between the parts).  However, on mine I put a thin strip of fabric tape - more to just stop damaging the paint so much.

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Good going ,mate. Thank you. I will do the same. I will be painting the wings black, both front and back. I think that is  the way it was. I know the back carries anti squeak. Steele Rubber has them. Good quality too.

Cheers.

Harry..

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4 hours ago, trini said:

I checked for article and there is none. 

OK, sorry. I must have the wrong topics. It has definitely been discussed not that long ago. Maybe I also have the wrong make of vehicle!

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My 32 DB definitely had a thin woven material between the frame and the front fenders.  I replaced it during my ongoing restoration.  I can post pix if it would help.

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Thank you very much Taylormade. No need,

Have a nice day.

 

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