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Maybe this 49 drains these pockets how much for the 3 and can you ship them to north Georgia
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I picked up a 5.0 x 16, inside nub wheel today at a swap meet. Not entirely sure it is Ford, but the guy had a lot of old Ford parts. It has 4 nubs, as I recall the Ford wheels have 3? Lug pattern is correct at 5 x 5.5. Was 5" wide an option?
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Ross, Ford wheels had four nubs on the inside. The wheels came in 4", 4.5" and 5" wide. The 5" wide wheels have a higher demand because of their width. A lot of guys will use the 4" wheels up front and 5" in the back.
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Thanks Ilya, I have no use for the wheel, but I figured someone would. The seller said he had another one buried in his garage, I may go get that one too.
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Thanks Ilya, I have no use for the wheel, but I figured someone would. The seller said he had another one buried in his garage, I may go get that one too.
Get it if you can to make a matching pair.
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Yes the 5" width ones will outsell the narrower ones. (At least it seems that way around here) Out of the dozen sets of 16"s I had I've only had two or three of the 5" ones.
I finally down to about my last extra set,
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The 16" x 5" is K-H #38189. First available in 1954 as Ford number TAAA 1015-C then number changed by 1957 to B4C 1015-A. Available through 1966 under NWRA code X-45110. Same wheel, four innie hub cap nubs. Stu
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Wheels?

Hey Y'all,

Just wondering if anybody might have 4 of the original 16" x 4.5" wheels they'd like to part with? I'm in San Diego and restoring my dad's '52 F1 he let sit in the mud for 30 years and need those wheels
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1949 Ford F1 wheels

Anybody willing to ship to Georgia 1949 ford f1 truck wheels
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any size as long as I can run 49 truck hubcaps
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I just wanted to find out the original tire / rim size . . . .

Then I got to reading all the stuff here .

51Panelman , I like your choice of colors ! two tone green ;-P

I'm wanting a set of Cragars * , just not the $$$$ , maybe I'll go with a set of

American Racing * ??? ; anyone know of some used ones , just let me know , ok ?

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Looking for a complete set of(new) cragars for 49 f1. Any info on where to locate would be appreciated. ()
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