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Old 11-15-2009, 08:59 PM
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F-250 Older Hub Cap *Pic*

I need one (but would buy more) 16" wheel cover as pictured. 1984 F250.
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Old 11-23-2009, 11:05 AM
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Have a nice set. I just sent you an email.
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are you still looking for a hub cap?
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This is not a hub cap. A hub cap only covers the center of the wheel. This is a wheel cover.

Caveat Emptor = Let the buyer beware.

There are THREE different wheel covers like this.

All look the same at first glance.

1) 15" for F100/150's, Bronco rear wheels and E100/150's.

2) 16" wheels except Sterling 10.25.

3) 16" Sterling 10.25 only!

The center ornament of the 16" Sterling is much larger in diameter than the other 16" wheel cover.

Excepting the Sterling (introduced 1985), the two other wheel covers were introduced in 1979. All were used thru the mid/late 1990's.
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This is not a hub cap. A hub cap only covers the center of the wheel. This is a wheel cover.

Caveat Emptor = Let the buyer beware.

There are THREE different wheel covers like this.

All look the same at first glance.

1) 15" for F100/150's, Bronco rear wheels and E100/150's.

2) 16" wheels except Sterling 10.25.

3) 16" Sterling 10.25 only!

The center ornament of the 16" Sterling is much larger in diameter than the other 16" wheel cover.

Excepting the Sterling (introduced 1985), the two other wheel covers were introduced in 1979. All were used thru the mid/late 1990's.
Heh, OK
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Art, Didnt your first post say 16" and 1984? I read it ok,

dont need the 15" and Sterling started in 1985 so there is only one possible hub cap! Oh wait wheel cover! LOL

If I have one I will PM you, I think I do.
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Art, Didnt your first post say 16" and 1984? I read it ok,

dont need the 15" and Sterling started in 1985 so there is only one possible hub cap! Oh wait wheel cover! LOL

If I have one I will PM you, I think I do.
I thought that the picture and the year/model in my signature would be enough description. I suspect N.D. has signatures and pics blocked in his preferences.

Yes, if you have one please give me a shout, thanks!
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I thought that the picture and the year/model in my signature would be enough description. I suspect N.D. has signatures and pics blocked in his preferences.

Yes, if you have one please give me a shout, thanks!
AFAIK, I have no signature or pic blockers. I've quoted 10's of 1000's of posts here on FTE, none of the members signatures have appeared in any of them.

When you responded in post #6 by quoting my first post, did my signature appear in it? No.

This was a very popular wheel cover when first introduced, people waltzed up to parts counters, bought new sets and installed them on older trucks.

You need to be specific when asking for parts...at the parts counter, and...here on FTE.

Some ppl have more than one vehicle, some ppl have parts on their vehicles that were swapped from something else, some ppl are looking for parts for friends and neighbors, so...

There was no way I knew...for sure...that this wheel cover was for your 1984 F250.

I was trying to be helpful by posting the info, so you would not buy the wrong wheel cover by mistake.

Prior to my posting the info, did you know there were two different 16" wheel covers and a 15" wheel cover?

Prolly not.
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I'll thank you for your post Bill. I have a set of 16" wheel covers from a '91 but didn't know there was a set specific to the 10.25 Sterling, which is what mine are.

Most people don't understand the the number of differences in parts options and think all items are just like theirs. ( Good thing they don't own Medium/Heavy rigs! ) After 35 years as a parts tech I know exactly where you're coming from!!
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AFAIK, I have no signature or pic blockers. I've quoted 10's of 1000's of posts here on FTE, none of the members signatures have appeared in any of them.

When you responded in post #6 by quoting my first post, did my signature appear in it? No.

This was a very popular wheel cover when first introduced, people waltzed up to parts counters, bought new sets and installed them on older trucks.

You need to be specific when asking for parts...at the parts counter, and...here on FTE.

Some ppl have more than one vehicle, some ppl have parts on their vehicles that were swapped from something else, some ppl are looking for parts for friends and neighbors, so...

There was no way I knew...for sure...that this wheel cover was for your 1984 F250.

I was trying to be helpful by posting the info, so you would not buy the wrong wheel cover by mistake.

Prior to my posting the info, did you know there were two different 16" wheel covers and a 15" wheel cover?

Prolly not.
Sir, please find another thread to occupy your time unless you have a wheel cover you would like to sell me.
As far as knowing the difference between a 15" and a 16" cover, yes. I can count to eight.
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Sir, please find another thread to occupy your time unless you have a wheel cover you would like to sell me.
Geez guy! I offered you a set months ago for a reasonable price and you weren't interested. Bill, who has helped more people here than you could count, was trying to help YOU, which I doubt will happen again.

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As far as knowing the difference between a 15" and a 16" cover, yes. I can count to eight.
Still don't get it do ya?

You have made one thing perfectly clear though............
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Old 02-10-2010, 05:19 PM
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Thank you both for trying to help me.
Please accept my apologies.

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