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2- Nos Usgi Vehicle Dump Body Stakes For 2 1/2-ton G742 M47 And M59 6x6 Trucks on 2040-parts.com

US $30.00
Location:

Paso Robles, California, United States

Paso Robles, California, United States
Condition:New

This auction is for TWO (2) stake, vehicle body: side-dump, for the M47 and M59 (SNL G742) 2-1/2 ton series dump trucks of the 1950's and 60's. The part numbers are: 2510-521-6183 and 8735603 . These stakes are 21"Lx 2.375"Wx .938"D . The Military describes the features as, "ONE HOLE ON CENTERLINE 8.750 IN. FROM END; ONE HOLE 0.625 IN. FROM CENTERLINE 2 IN. FROM END; ONE HOLE ON OPPOSIT SIDE 0.625 IN. FROM CENTERLINE 0.750 IN. FROM END ".

Other WWII or post war military applications might also exist, i.e. Use your manuals, inspect your trucks, ask questions; know what you are bidding on! I do not accept returns.

As can be seen from the pictures, these are absolutely NOS. They appear to be made of oak. These are solid and not dry rotted. Nothing more is included other than what is described above. Please check your vehicle manuals before bidding. The high bidder will receive TWO (2) stake, vehicle body: side-dump.

I have not tested this item. Although new and unused, there is NO warranty implied or expressed concerning the functioning of this item. This item is an antique and over 50 years old. I do not accept returns.

DOMESTIC SHIPPING

I accept payment by PayPal. Winning bidder pays shipping based on USPS parcel select (4lb.) within the 50 states. Handling time will be up to 7 days after payment is received. Shipments will only be made once a week. (Generally Saturdays)

INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING/REQUIREMENTS

International deliveries will be by USPS First Class International (Up to 4lbs.) , after that it will be by USPS Priority (up to 20lbs.). Delivery confirmation & insurance are not available on USPS First Class International deliveries. If you would like insurance & delivery confirmation, USPS provides these services with their GLOBAL EXPRESS shipping. Please let me know if you would like this and I can provide a shipping quote.

International bidders be aware, when customs declarations are required, I will value the items at the final bid price. Customs duties and import charges are solely the responsibility of the buyer.


Feel free to ask questions about the auction items during the auction. Any pertinent questions will be posted into the body of the listing for the benefit of all. I do not end auctions early.

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