That is a nice extended truck!
I have an extended frame I plan on using on my 1926 TT that I am building it has a data plate with ROWE on it the rear axel is supported by two leaf springs running along the frame
DOT's going to get him if he doesn't red flag it.
Lonnie, I also have a TT frame extended enough to fit in a transmission behind the ford transmission and engine.
Will make a good project truck. I have a good beer truck bed that would fit, but I think it was made after TT production because prohibition lasted into the early 1930's and I am sure it would be to large and slow to run moonshine.
my drive line doesn't mount to the transmission it has a bracket in the frame that it mounts to then there is a shaft that goes from the mount to the transmission I am missing this shaft but it should be easy to build. The extended frame I have makes the truck about 5 feet longer
The plan I have for this truck is it will have a warford trans and a ruckstell rear end and it will have a 1926 closed cab