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Old 07-27-2014, 06:49 PM
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Bill, do you have a photo like this that shows the innie caps? Would be very helpful, thanks.
These are the only 1948/56 truck parts catalog pics that show the innie hubcap for F1/F100.

6A-1130-A (replaced 6A-1130) .. Innie Hubcap-Stainless Steel with Blue FORD letters / Reproduced

Late 1947 and 1948 Ford Passenger Cars - 1948/52 F1 - 1953/56 F100.

This cap was the "service part replacement" for the original 1953/56 F100 cap that was painted argent with red FORD letters. AFAIK, not repro'd.
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Lot of choices. There seems to be quite a few looking like mine.
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The BM we have are 10 1/8" ID-$20 a set. Stainless steel trim rings are $30 a set. We produce these and I can get them to you fellers at a discount

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If the offer is still available, I think I'd like to order the baby moons / beauty rings that we exchanged messages about earlier this summer.

Is it possible to get pics of the baby moons and beauty rings available?

15" ford steel wheels from late 60's f100, with the 10 1/4" outie nubs (4 nubs).

The wheels are not very deep so the beauty rings will probably be the shallowest that you have.

Here is the wheel (before I had it blasted and painted)
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Offer still good. PM cleared, gotta renew membership. Send another PM and we will get taken care of
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I got a set of BM & Rings from Joe and they are very good quality caps and rings and a great person to deal with, will work with you till you are all taken care of and happy.
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I got a set of BM & Rings from Joe and they are very good quality caps and rings and a great person to deal with, will work with you till you are all taken care of and happy.
Great. Such a good price was worth a little gamble. Thanks for making the decision even easier!
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Just go through any old ford car dealer (macs, dennis carpenter....), the outer bumps will fit any ford car from 1949 and up and trucks from 1957 (?) and up. I bought some repo '51 ford car caps for my '55 panel.

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I have some of these caps if I want to change, but they don't repo these two yet.
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