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Old 10-14-2018, 04:45 PM
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Shucks.

Guess i'm gonna have to break out the welder on my panels then.

Thanks for the help
 
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Originally Posted by Steve Harlow View Post
Hate to post it here since it's tangential at best, but i need a new set of inner fenders/splash panels, and i can only find '51/'52 panels, which all sources list as a differnet part. Can these be used on '48-'50 trucks?



This is the panel in question, looks like a '51 since it still has the lower frame mount tabs. Comparing it with the ones i have i'm not seeing any significant differences. But i don't want to spend money on a dud i have no use for. I'm going to town on Tuesday so i really need to know by then. Has anyone tried fitting them to the older trucks?
Here's another picture of a '48-50 inner fender. I think it's the same as the one Wayne posted although it's flipped over to the other side so it's oriented the same as the picture you posted.

 
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A big thanks to Bigwin56f100! Column is out for delivery and I will have it by tonight. Love this site!
 
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I am quite sure there’s a difference. One is longer than the other I think. Not home now to be sure
 
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I made a set of mirror brackets for my panel truck and used engine freeze plugs. Just have to match up the spacers if you have them.

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<EDIT - I got some now!, October 18th Thanks>
Am still looking for these parts that go to a side mirror bracket. I have the bracket, just these the clamp parts that hold the mirror arm.
Any leads?
Thanks, Tom
 
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I'm all set now on the mirror brackets, but thanks Bob!
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Hi, anyone have a set of 4" x 16" OEM rims for a 48-50 Ford F1?

Thanks
 
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Hi, anyone have a set of 4" x 16" OEM rims for a 48-50 Ford F1?

Thanks
i have a set that i took off my truck. I changed lug pattern. I can send pics tonight...
 
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Great, I look forward to the pictures
 
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Great, I look forward to the pictures
hi, here is whar i got. Let me know what you think. The red ones were on the front. The other rear wheels are a little wider than front.

thanks,
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Originally Posted by jgp1952 View Post
hi, here is whar i got. Let me know what you think. The red ones were on the front. The other rear wheels are a little wider than front.

thanks,
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I'd be interested in the red wheels if Merimar1 passes on them.
 
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I'd be interested in the red wheels if Merimar1 passes on them.
The red ones are correct. I would be interested in them. What do you want for them.?
 
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Forgot to ask. What is the tire size, I could not make it out in the picture
 
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Originally Posted by Merimar1 View Post
Hi, anyone have a set of 4" x 16" OEM rims for a 48-50 Ford F1?

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The stock F1 rims were 4.5" wide x 16, not 4 x 16, fyi. Just want to make sure you know what you're getting.
 
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Yes you are correct. I asked Gary to verify the tire size because I almost bought a set that the seller said was 4.5 x 16” and off a 49 F1.

When I went to pick them up we discovered they were 4.5 x 15”. Not sure what they were from but the were stamped Ford.
 

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