Talk:Dodge B Series

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Suggestions for Expansion[edit]

Would a discussion about the capacity of these trucks and the nomenclature (for instance, 1/2-ton is the B1, 3/4-ton is the B2, etc.) be of interest?

What about the wheelbase (for instance, the "standard" wheelbase of the 3/4-ton is 116") and bed options (short-bed, long-bed, etc)...

I own a 1950 B2-C116, so I am familiar with these "Pilot-House" trucks, if further expansion is desired....

NDCompuGeek 06:41, 18 November 2006 (UTC)

I own a B-series 1948 pickup and am starting to restore it. I have some questions about parts availability and also what size wheels and tires originally came on the truck. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 216.231.170.3 (talk) 16:15, 22 October 2007 (UTC) I would also like to find any kind of info on the Dodge B-series truck, such as owners manual, engine info, if other rims,(Ford, Chevy etc. will fit ?)