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Old 12-26-2008, 10:45 PM
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By the time I found the link Stu had it posted.
Gettin so I can almost put my ft up and do something important.
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Yeah, Dick, I've got that one bookmarked and printed. Honest, though, I waited a while to see if you were on it. Didn't mean to push in line. Stu
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I come across a bolt pattern cross reference site that maybe useful to somebody.

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Yeah, Dick, I've got that one bookmarked and printed. Honest, though, I waited a while to see if you were on it. Didn't mean to push in line. Stu
Is yours PDF?
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There's double meaning there, I just know it, but I'm being real thick right now.
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I have not been able to confirm the one odd wheel that I previously ran on my F-1, Willard. It is a 15 x 5.5 with the proper inside nubs and 5.5 BC. Bill, ND, suggested early Lincon Continental. Anybody?
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probably an old Jeep rim

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Kelsey Hayes 1953 shows their part #23427 which is a 15" x 5.5" having their "R" center which has no hub cap clips but is pictured showing nubs on the inside of the center indent. It is shown for Ford, not Merc nor Lincoln. Ford part #O1AS-1015B. What the application was I can't say. Maybe Bill can complete the picture.
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Here's the type R diagram. Look close to see the nubs.

Interesting, I think this wheel was also used on M-H half tons and Rangers. I found reference to it in the LD7-4 M-H manual too. Stu
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Old 12-28-2008, 10:03 AM
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Kelsey Hayes 1953 shows their part #23427 which is a 15" x 5.5" having their "R" center which has no hub cap clips but is pictured showing nubs on the inside of the center indent. It is shown for Ford, not Merc nor Lincoln. Ford part #O1AS-1015B. What the application was I can't say. Maybe Bill can complete the picture.
That's an ancient part number, it's even older than I am.

O1A-1015 replaced by O1A-1015-B .. Wheel-5 Lug / 15" / 5.50" bolt circle (pattern) / Use with tube type tires.

There was no such thing as O1AS.

Fits: 1940/48 Ford/Mercury Passenger Cars.

This part number was not used after 1948 on anything, but the bolt circle (pattern) is the same as the F1/F100's used.
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O1A-B might have been replaced by this wheel, but I could not find a reference.

TAAA-1015-B .. Wheel-SPLIT RING Type / 5 lug / 15" / 5.50" bolt circle / 4.50" wide / Use with tube type tires / Fits: 1948/65 F1/F100.
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Then there's this:

B5C-1015-A .. Wheel / 5 lug / 15" / 5.50" bolt circle / 5.00" wide / Use with tubeless tires / Fits: 1948/56 F1/F100.
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Well Bill, here's the chart that shows it. Stu

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Stu, Thanks for your help. I am beginning to wonder if it was not a wheel sold by Ford but made to fit the ford pattern.
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As far as I can tell nobody made their own wheels. Most Ford half tons and cars, to my eye anyway looking at the books, were K-H. If K-H gave it a Ford number it must have been used somewhere.
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Well Bill, here's the chart that shows it. Stu

There's no such part number prefix of: O1AS; COIA; 8CS; or 8MS in any Ford car/truck parts catalog.

O1AS = O1A / CO1A = O1A / 8CS = 8C / 8MS = 8M.

Beginning in 1957, Ford parts catalogs have the following wheel manufacturer ID numbers to Ford part numbers: Alcoa, Budd, Firestone, K-H.

Ford has not made their own wheels since Model T days, and the only wheels Ford made back then were wood spoked.

The wire wheels were either made by K-H or in some rare cases, Buffalo.
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Maybe this is it. Back in the body of the catalog it cites that number as "Special Equipment" on half tons for the years '40 through '42. Could this be like the discussion we had a while back on the 18" Rural Delivery wheels where Ford didn't include them in the normal parts listings? My catalog also shows them sold in sets under the K-H number for trailer applications.
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