DCM New Products

DCM Classics continues to develop new parts for all restoration projects.  A lot of time, energy, sourcing of original parts to model from, research and development, and production goes into all our parts. We are pleased to present three of our latest products below:

RP-812-48 Upper Floor Panel (48-53)

Upper floor Panel 48-53 (around peddles/steering). This bolts in just under the steering column. These are made out of 16 gauge metal.

B-7099 Front Window Guide Non Vent (48-53)

This is the Front window Guide for a non vent  window style door. This is a replacement part for stock application. They fit 1948-1953 B series Pilot house trucks. They bolt in with four screws, clips are provided.  They are designed to work on left or right side.They are made 14 gauge steel and powder coated black.

RP-918 Lower Rocker Kick Panel (55-57)

This is (1) Lower rocker kick panel. This is a bolt on/removable panel. Left and right sides are the same. These are for the 1955 – 1957 C and D Series Trucks.

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1 Response to DCM New Products

  1. Tim says:

    I have a question for you, I have recently bought a 1951 Fargo F02 1ton pick up. It has a flat head 6 and a 4 speed trans. The problem I am having is that nobody can seem to find my pinion seal for me. Most are about 3 1/2 inchs wide the one on my truck is 4 inches. The yolk size is the same. It appears to have a seal within a seal. The number embossed on the side diff is 926241 with the number 11 above it. It is also date coded for 1 51. Would you know where I can get the proper pinion seal from or a part number I could use. Any help would be greatly appreciated. It has 12 bolts and a drain bolt located center bottom part of the diff.


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