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piggy
    
1951 chevy 3/4 ton Truck is in pieces.
Where would I find very detailed instructions on how to put it back together???
posted: March 2, 2009
 
    
 
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teamchevy
    
Here is some information that might be useful to you chevy.oldcarmanualproject.com/chevyresto/51index.htm
posted:  March 2, 2009
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hevychevy
    
If you can, try to get your hands on a Factory Assembly Manual. That should provide you with the instructions you need.
posted:  March 2, 2009
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hevychevy
    
I found one for sale at the following website - www.gregsonline.com/eshop/Assembly/47TFA.htm

Here are the details.
1947-1954 Factory Assembly Manual - Chevy Truck

"This manual is a reprint of the manual used on the assembly line at General Motors and is a great help when restoring your vehicle. This manual contains detailed assembly drawings, original part numbers, wiring diagrams, torque specifications and more. Manual measure 8"x10". This manual contains exploded illustrations and diagrams that show how the vehicle is assembled. This is a great resource for anyone who is restoring or just working on a classic GM vehicle and also helps in identifying the proper parts for the vehicle. GM authorized reprint."
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