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  • About truckdog62563
    Central Illinois
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    F-1 through F-8
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    75,000 - 99,999
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    0 - 999
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    Stu McMillan
    '52 F-3 Marmon-Herrington 6R32-4 - in progress
    '51 F-3 Marmon-Herrington R3-4 - in progress
    '51 LD7-4 M-H Ranger - safe and dry, gathering pieces


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  • Last Activity: Today 05:44 PM
  • Join Date: 07-24-2005
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  1. ebrakespin
    05-20-2014 11:14 PM - permalink
    Stu, I just recently bought a 1953 F350. I was looking for a truck that I could cruise around town but still use for home depot runs. I stumbled upon mine on craigslist and when I saw how rust free it was I bought it, blissfully unaware of the 17" Widow Makers. In reading through tons of posts here I noticed a common denominator, your expertise on the subject. I know its a long shot, but I figured I would see if you knew of any one piece rims available? I saw you are in central IL, which is pretty close to me. I did find a tire shop close by that said they would put tires on my split rims, but I am exhausting all other possibilities first (trying to keep it as original as possible while getting it up and running again)
  2. 03-28-2014 01:50 PM - permalink
    Stu, thanks for the excellent wheel explanation.
  3. ratrig
    01-12-2014 02:24 PM - permalink
    Thx for the quick reply, I'll call you
  4. truckdog62563
    01-12-2014 02:35 AM - permalink
    Yes, I have a set of the 19.5" x 6" wheels available. If you want to discuss them my phone number is 217-741-0540. Or if you want to email me the address is stu_sandymcmillan at sbcglobal dot net. Stu
  5. ratrig
    01-11-2014 11:13 PM - permalink
    Hi Stu, I got your name from a member of a hotrod forum in Canada. I've been looking for tubeless wheels for my KB5 IHC 2 ton to replace the splits. they are 5 on 8 buds. Can you help me?
  6. truckdog62563
    11-09-2013 08:11 AM - permalink
    Chris - yeah, I posted a comment on your thread. I have the 19.5s, or I think Josh has a full set of 22.5s. Don't remember how wide his are. I texted Mark this morning and he has two 22.5 x 5.25". I also texted my buddy Jeff about a partial set he has a line on but haven't heard back from him yet. When I hear I'll let you know. My 19.5s are 6" wide and use 8r19.5" tires that will be 33.5-34" diameter. The narrowest 22.5" tire today is a 9R22.5" that will be 37.5-38". But it's technically too wide for the 5.25" wide rims of the older 22.5s. Guys use them and say they work fine, but I mention it so you can make your own decision. Stu
  7. Chris 56 f6
    11-08-2013 10:42 PM - permalink
    Stu I just picked up a52 f6 with widow makers , do you have a lead on replacements ?
  8. truckdog62563
    11-06-2013 10:07 AM - permalink
    Yes, I have a few sets of the 19.5" tubeless wheels. You might go to the ads section and see the below description and discussion thread. Stu
  9. 11-05-2013 08:54 PM - permalink
    Do you have sets of 22.5 or 19.5 rims to replace w/m for a 1948 ford f5 / f6 ?
  10. 08-31-2013 04:49 PM - permalink
    Stu--I did a reply to my N600 thread tires and am hoping you could reply. I have a great lead on some 9R-22.5 tires and wheels and am thinking they will work for me . Off a 1981 F600.

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