How to identify some WOF? parts

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How to identify some WOF? parts

Post by Adam » Wed Sep 07, 2016 8:16 am

Have some parts I need to Identify.


B/O fender light, has 3 tabs holding cover on, is this WOF trait.
LIght mount has guard ring sloppy welded and bar goes to bottom of mount.

P bow bracket any identifying traits?

Spare tire 2 bolt mount and foot. they look like WWll but how to tell, I see hex head bolts on the wheel studs. Pics coming.

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Re: How to identify some WOF? parts

Post by nhjeeper » Sun Sep 11, 2016 3:16 pm

If by P bow you mean the front top bow bracket, I have one that is stamped "WOF"

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Re: How to identify some WOF? parts

Post by Ben Dover » Sun Sep 11, 2016 3:19 pm

BOD Door w 3 Tabs sounds like 24 Volt M-Series.
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