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just signed up. have a 63 uni with 70,000. will get started within a week. will be all stock. does anyone have a set of stock wheels?
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awesome any pics ??? I have two unibodys I can probably track down a set of wheels where r u located ??
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63 uni wheels

She's in the shop now getting some new binders. As soon as I can I will post some pics. I was looking for a set of stock wheels with caps and trim rings if possible. trying to get back to as stock as I can. straight 6, 3 on tree, a/m radio, heater. located in albuquerque NM.
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"Stock" wheels are 15 inch "innies" so called because the hubcap snaps onto tabs located inside the center section of the wheel. This wheel was used on 1961/66 F100's.

The stainless steel (Custom Cab) innie hubcaps have been reproduced, the painted version not.

Ford did not offer trim (beauty) rings for these trucks, but any 15" trim ring from a 1942/48 Ford/Merc Passenger Car (ribbed) will fit or 1949/51 Ford/Merc Passenger Car (smooth). Both types reproduced.
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Thanks for the info. Now I know where to start looking
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