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1950 Ford F5 Rims

 
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I shortened the wheel base 12" installed the dana 70 from the dodge motor home. Drove it like that for a year with the flathead 6. It's now in the middle of a 460 c6 swap
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I also had American wheel specialist in Pasco Wa. make me New wheels they are 22.5 steel.
 
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Outstanding! Glad to hear that you made the Dana 70HD swap, and glad to see the 22.5s on your truck. Those look like the factory new variety they have available as opposed to a custom made set. The custom wheels would have old centers with five hand holes. Stu
 
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Originally Posted by HDWrecker View Post
That is a beautiful F-5! I too live in Maryland. I will need to put some tires on my truck soon. Would you be able to give the name of the shop that mounted your tires? I spoke with a man who has a shop somewhere near Keymar, Md about these wheels, but It is not a definite yes whether he will work on my wheels or not. I have had no luck with other tire shops. I was looking into replacing the hubs with newer hubs that will match my spindles, and go with 10 lug one piece wheels on my F-7, but I would still like to have the option of using the existing wheels.
HDWrecker, sorry for the long time lapse! I need to stay on top of these posts better. The shop that did our tires was called Kinnamon's Service in Greensboro, MD. They were great! Their ph# is 410-482-6916. And thanks for the compliments on the truck! We need to do a lot of brake work to it, replace the water pumps and rebuild the fuel pump but shes a trooper none the less!
 
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Yes they are the new variety as opposed to old centers Stu.
 
 
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