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    Dodge trucks N guns.




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    Quote Originally Posted by frazer42 View Post
    Dodge trucks N guns.



    Love it!!!
    CaptMax
    "Most respect the badge, they all respect the gun" - Robert De Nero in the movie Righteous Kills

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    Quote Originally Posted by frazer42 View Post
    Dodge trucks N guns.



    This is cool.
    Looks like your shop, but I don't rember the Dodge.
    Thanks for the side plate deal, it worked out great.
    M.M.

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    Love the Dodge! One of these days I'll add a WWII piece to my collection.

    Here is one of mine from quite a few years back in a Veteran's Day parade. It has done a lot of sitting since then and needs to be made pretty.




    CaptMax, I dig the Ferret! Those wonky steering wheels always looked like a challenge!

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    I a looking for more info on the Dodge M37, 3/4 ton truck mg mount.

    I never saw one when I was in the Army in Germany.

    Now I need one.

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    Looks like the M24 bed front mount is the ticket. Other pics show obvious field expedient use of various other components. Pretty sure you could improvise and still have a "correct" mount. J

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    Thanks for the info!

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    There seems to also be a later one referenced on some sights, but just a straight pedestal? Doesn't look like it has any support brackets. Not sure what the deal / history would be on that. What was the proper cradle / yolk setup on one of those, anyway? (for a 1919 on an m38a1 or m37)

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    welcome

    Welcome to the site! I came here years ago from the G-503 site to get info on my 1919 build and have never left, I have only met a couple of the guys since I'm on the wrong end of the country it seems,but I can always get an answer for any gun related problem I am having.
    I drove an M-37 as my daily driver for 5 years,I made a simple upright pipe mount for parades, it was 3 inch muffler pipe with a sleeve to take a standard cradle pintle, a big piece of flat plate on the bottom which I would hold down with my spare tire, maybe not correct but it looked good.

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    Here's my M37...Dodge that is.

    April 1951

    I too am from NC. About 1.5 hours south of Durham. Welcome!

    Andy

    Joshua 24:15

    And if it seem evil unto you to serve the Lord, choose you this day whom ye will serve;..... but as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.

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