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Old 11-03-2013, 06:06 PM
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Early or Late Ford Truck Wheels?

I am wanting to sell a pair of 15 x 5.5 wheels but not sure if they are from the 40s or late 50's. I do know that the dog dish type hubcap will not fit. Here is a link to the photo.
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Appreciate anyone's input. Steve
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I'm no expert but they look a lot like the wheels on my '65 f100 -"outie" hubcap wheels. I think they're later than the 50's. What's the measurement from hubcap nub to nub?
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They're 60's wheels (or later) and not overly valuable. I found a set of 4 recently for $20.
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