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    LWB or SWB???

    RHD footboard....hoping it is LWB - or are they the same?? Anyone know if there is a difference.

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    Either way - nice FJ40 top :-)
    Looking for motor number: 3280343 (I am running engine number 3280124)
    Looking for transmission number: 3280571

    My 78 FJ40 Build

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    Mmmm...not sure what that means.... any ideas?

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    Just saying - it appears to me the white "table" you set the footboard on to take the above photo is a fiberglass top from a Toyota FJ40. I can't help as to the differences between swb/lwb footboard, but can't see why it wouldn't work.
    Looking for motor number: 3280343 (I am running engine number 3280124)
    Looking for transmission number: 3280571

    My 78 FJ40 Build

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    Don't know anything about RHD, but why would there be any difference between SWB and LWB for an interior piece such as this?

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    I sort of get the impression that perhaps he is wanting to purchase the part and just wants to be sure it is correct for his purposes before paying. M2CW
    Mark

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    Cheers Mark...correct..and I don't have one to compare...

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    There had been different SWB,LWB and post73 pedal boards. And some Targa and sportomatic boards as well.
    The post73 boards have a narrower spacing of the upper two mounting holes. You can judge by measuring the spacing in your car.

    Don t know the difference of LWB to SWB.

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    Can take a pic of RHD LWB for you on the weekend so you can compare doesn't look like a normal LWB that I am familar with though
    Clyde Boyer


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    Cheers Clyde..that would be so useful...my car is a 69 RHD....thanks Matthew

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