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Old 03-24-2014, 09:34 PM
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Anybody know if the hubcaps from a '47 half ton with 16" 'innie' wheels fit the 15" innie wheels from a '60 f100? Need to know before I have some tires switched over. The '47 pickup isn't in my possession yet so I can't try them. Thanks, GB
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Anybody know if the hubcaps from a '47 half ton with 16" 'innie' wheels fit the 15" innie wheels from a '60 f100? Need to know before I have some tires switched over. The '47 pickup isn't in my possession yet so I can't try them. Thanks, GB
Innies are innies so they should work as long as everything is original and not broken.
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Thanks Wayne, and Chris, no but I did buy this little guy. It helped that he had collected some nice fenders for it!
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Yes, the hubcaps all interchange on 1/2 tons. 3/4 ton caps are different though...

Cool pickup! I've been eyeballing one similar locally.....dunno what I'd do with it if I bought it though.
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Half tons 8.092" across nubs. Stu
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C'mon Scott, like what you'd do with it suddenly matters...... And thanks Stu. I have some good 700 x 15 traction tires and two 15" innie wheels. I'll get them mounted up to bring to Eastern Wa. When I pick up the pickup. It has a shredded 600 x 16 on the left front. The guy said it would hold air for a while, but I think he's thinking of 34 years ago when he first bought it. The 6.50s on the rear will go on the front for transport. It has to sit nice while being trailered. Once it's home I'll mount these 6.50 x 16s I got on Sunday when I was buying this old lincoln Sa 200 welder from an 86 year old buddy here on the island. They are brand new, never mounted (back in the 70's) they will be my fronts. I asked him about 16" tires when I saw his tire pile. He brought these to me, they were hanging on a fence post. 5.00 each. The spare tire bracket has a loop over the tire, so the spare might need to be a 600 x 16.
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The complete spare tire loop is hard to find for the 1/2 ton pickups. Most trucks lost the loop after the first time the spare tire got used.
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Most people over the years have been too cheap to buy a ferry ticket to haul stuff away, so it just sits....
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