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Old 01-16-2012, 07:23 AM
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1961 P350 one ton hubcaps...

I have a former 1961 Mr Softee Truck... its a P350 one ton with 8 x 19.5 steel rims .. The Ford parts book ahows (and I seen old photos ) that a hub cap was available ..

Ford Part # C1TZ1130B does any body know where or if any other years or part number will work I really like to have a set of hub caps Thanks.......
 
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I have a former 1961 Mr Softee Truck... its a P350 one ton with 8 x 19.5 steel rims .. The Ford parts book ahows (and I seen old photos ) that a hub cap was available.

Type #1 ~ 10 3/8" O/A diameter "innie" 'bottlecap' hubcap: Ford Part # C1TZ-1130-B painted argent with red FORD block letters
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"Innie" = So called because the hubcap snaps onto tabs located on the inside of the wheels center section.

'Bottlecap' = This hubcap has 12 of these \_/ located towards the edge of the cap, resemble bottle openers. So the hubcaps are called bottlecaps by enthusiasts.

C1TZ-1130-B applications: 1961/66 F350 & P350 (P Series Parcel Delivery) / Obsolete

This hubcap is very hard to find NOS (New Old Stock) or used. A search for NOS turned up only ONE. If I list the source here, someone will likely beat you to it.

Since you don't have your email listed, and you're a with less than 25 posts, you cannot contact other members. So, contact me this way: [email protected] / I'll pass along the source.
 
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I have 3 good caps in need of a ride...these are the same ones used on 3/4 ton trucks...

if interested, let me know and i can get your addy from Bill..




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Originally Posted by camperspecial65 View Post
I have 3 good caps in need of a ride...these are the same ones used on 3/4 ton trucks.
You sure about that? Parts catalog has references.

C1TZ-1130-B ~ F250 = 10 1/2" 'innie' hubcap, then down the page it lists the same hubcap as 10 3/8" for F350/P350's.

There are two other F250 innie hubcaps listed, both are 10 1/2."
 
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I ddint look at the application...the p/n you listed only...which for whatever reason says only 64-65 F250. Thats per the 64-72 catalog...



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Originally Posted by camperspecial65 View Post
I ddint look at the application...the p/n you listed only...which for whatever reason says only 64-65 F250. Thats per the 64-72 catalog.
You have to think on your feet, Elmer and go beyond the hubcap section: 1955/66 F350's & P350's use the same 19" innie wheels.

If the wheels are the same, the hubcaps are the same.
 
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good point Bill...weird...I havent seen any 3/4 ton caps in over a year other then those hanging on my wall.


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Originally Posted by dansP350 View Post
I have a former 1961 Mr Softee Truck... its a P350 one ton with 8 x 19.5 steel rims ...
The answer to your question depends on how many lug nuts your wheel has. If your P350 has the period 8 lug single wheels, the hubcap was made and does exist, however if your P350 has 6 lug single wheels, the hubcap was never manufactured by Ford and does not exist.
 
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Originally Posted by tripleframe
If your P350 has period 8 lug single wheels, the hubcap was made and does exist. However if your P350 has 6 lug single wheels, the hubcap was never manufactured by Ford and does not exist .
This info is bassackwards, the reverse is correct.

8.00" x 19.5" tire / 19.5" x 5.25" wheel = 1956/66 F350 & 1956/67 P350 = 6 lug, 7.25" bolt circle pattern (B6Y-1015-B) wheel.

C1TZ-1130-B .. Innie Painted 10 3/8" Hubcap.
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8.00" x 19.5" tire / 19.5" x 6.00" wheel = 1956/67 P350/500 = 5 lug, 8.00" bolt circle pattern (B6J-1015-A) wheel: No hubcap offered.

There is no such thing as a 19.5" x 8.00" wheel listed in Ford truck parts catalogs for vehicles of this vintage.

Ford measures wheel widthes across from the inside flanges, not across from the outer lips.
 
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C1TZ-1130-B applications: 1961/66 F350 & P350 (P Series Parcel Delivery) / Obsolete
Here is the problem. Clumping the 61-66 P 350 and F 350 as using the same hubcap is wrong.Your parts book has another error. Do you realize the P350 is not the equivalent of an F350? The P 350 is in the F 250 weight class. The P400 is the model in the F 350 weight class. In other words, P 350's s have F 250 8 lug wheels and the P 400's have the F 350 6 lug wheels. The OP claims 1 ton, but says P 350. Either it is a P 350 ( 3/4ton with 8 lug wheels) or it is a P 400( 1 ton with 6 lug wheels). So to the hubcap question, if it has 8 lug period wheels, hubcaps will be the same as the F 250 hubcaps. If it has 6 lug ( F 350 style 6 lug single wheels) , no hubcap ever was manufactured by Ford that will fit these rims. The 6 lug F350 single wheels never even came with attachment points for a hubcap to even clamp on to.
 
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Originally Posted by tripleframe View Post
Here is the problem. Clumping the 61-66 P 350 and F 350 as using the same hubcap is wrong. Your parts book has another error.

So to the hubcap question, if it has 8 lug period wheels, hubcaps will be the same as the F 250 hubcaps.

If it has 6 lug (F 350 style 6 lug single wheels) , no hubcap ever was manufactured by Ford that will fit these rims.

The 6 lug F350 single wheels never even came with attachment points for a hubcap to even clamp on to.
You can argue until armageddon comes, but you won't win, because you have the info bassackards.

6 lug 7.25" bolt circle wheels: Two hubcaps are listed in the 1957/63 & 1964/72 Ford Truck Parts Catalogs:

C1TZ-1130-B = painted argent with red FORD block letters / C5TZ-1130-E = painted white with red FORD block letters.

There is no hubcap listed in any parts catalogs for 8 lug wheels for vehicles of this vintage.

Take a look see in any 1948 thru 1972 parts catalog, see if you can find a hubcap listed...lotsa luck.

People that claim parts catalogs are wrong, have no parts catalogs, have no Ford parts experience, are only parroting what they've read that others just like them have written.
 
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