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Old 12-17-2009, 12:25 PM
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WTB factory aluminum wheel

I'm looking for one of these wheels that is in good shape. They were a factory option on some 73-79 trucks and I think 78-79 Broncos. Sorry but I don't have a part number.

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I'm looking for one of these wheels that is in good shape. They were a factory option on some 73 1977-81 F100/150's and I think 78-81 Broncos and 1977/81 E100/150's.

Sorry but I don't have a part number. D7TZ1015A

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The first year Ford offered styled steel and styled aluminum wheels on F100/150's & E100/150's was 1977. Bronco's in 1978.

D7TZ1015A .. Styled Aluminum Wheel / 15" x 6" / Obsolete

Ford stamped ID codes on the myriad styled wheels to ID them. Marked: LH / This code is usually found near the valve stem.

Original Application: 1977/81 F100/150 & E100/150 (Econoline) / 1978/81 U150 (Bronco).

The three small holes next to the lug holes are for plastic expandable inserts (D6FZ1A100A-Available from Ford) that the chrome screws threaded into that retained the hubcap.

388761S47B .. Chrome Hubcap Screw / 388761S47B replaced 386211S45B / Obsolete

D7TZ1130K .. Ornament (hubcap) / Use with D7TZ1015A Wheel / 7 1/8" O/A diameter / Use with 2WD; 4WD-Rear Wheels only / Obsolete

D7TZ1130L .. Ornament (hubcap) / Use with D7TZ1015A wheel / 7 1/8" O/A diameter / Use with 4WD-Front Wheels only / Obsolete

I found a whole bunch of the screws and hubcaps at dealers, obsolete parts vendors, but no one has the wheel.
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I have three of them. (I had 4, but one must have run away - can't find it.)

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I have three of them. (I had 4, but one must have run away - can't find it.)

Make an offer.
Do you have a pic by chance?
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Do you have a pic by chance?
I'll try to get some pics this weekend. PM me your email address.

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