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Old 03-22-2007, 11:55 AM
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Default Scout II Frame Dimensions?

I'm at work right now or I'd just go measure-
Anyone know them? Length/width mostly, height would be cool too.
Humps for axles not important, just looking for overall.
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Old 03-22-2007, 12:25 PM
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Default Re: Scout II Frame Dimensions?

I know its 3" x 4" 'box' tube (not real box, but formed box).

IIRC its also 33 or 34" outside to outside.


Probably not much help. I have one leaning up on the side of the house at home... but I'm as work as well
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Old 03-22-2007, 05:44 PM
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Default Re: Scout II Frame Dimensions?

length overall nearly 161"
Frame rail width (outside to outside) is 32 7/8" - front to rear is same width (not using any body mounts in the meas.)
rear rise is 11" at the rear axle (using rear cab mount to top of frame rail over the rear axle)
front rise is 7 1/2"
Frame rail is 4" tall
distance from front of frame to center of first body mount is 7 1/4"
distance from front of frame to center of firewall bodymount is 51"
Distance from the firewall body mount to rear cab mount is 50"
distance from rear cab mount to the rear-most body mount is 59 1/4" (all should add up to 160 and change)

These meas. are pretty close. I was using these meas. for a possible modern frame/running gear/suspension for my '72 scout II.

Hope this helps.

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Old 03-22-2007, 06:15 PM
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Default Re: Scout II Frame Dimensions?

wow, thank you, that's a lot more info than what I was expecting!
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Old 05-25-2007, 12:38 PM
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Default Re: Scout II Frame Dimensions?

do you happen to have the dimensions of a scout II? I have a 73 on its way to me and am trying to figure out if it will fit into a garage. I specifically need the width.

thx!
chris


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length overall nearly 161"
Frame rail width (outside to outside) is 32 7/8" - front to rear is same width (not using any body mounts in the meas.)
rear rise is 11" at the rear axle (using rear cab mount to top of frame rail over the rear axle)
front rise is 7 1/2"
Frame rail is 4" tall
distance from front of frame to center of first body mount is 7 1/4"
distance from front of frame to center of firewall bodymount is 51"
Distance from the firewall body mount to rear cab mount is 50"
distance from rear cab mount to the rear-most body mount is 59 1/4" (all should add up to 160 and change)

These meas. are pretty close. I was using these meas. for a possible modern frame/running gear/suspension for my '72 scout II.

Hope this helps.

Don
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