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Hot Rods 34 ford 3w made entirely from junk!

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by JimSibley, Dec 30, 2019.

  1. Squablow
    Joined: Apr 26, 2005
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    I've had some of these wheels in the past and every one had the slots like in Aboner's picture, never saw totally blank ones before. But honestly I kinda like the little kidney bean slots in them. Wish I had some to offer now. Found many in junkyards, always cheap. They're not super skinny or wide, I think they're all about 6.5" width.
     
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  2. JimSibley
    Joined: Jan 21, 2004
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    I would prefer the slotted ones, 6 to 6.5 width would be fine. I just want unique and I would rather they were affordable.
     
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  3. oldolds
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    Looks like it should be easy enough bolt a rotor or brake drum to those bolts. My concern would be how heavy a plane did they come off of. You also need to remember planes do not usually turn on their wheels at 60 mph.
     
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  4. They are 15x6
    I think The Lincoln Versailles is a 14” wheel small pattern and no holes -
     
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  5. JimSibley
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    Well, tomorrow I’m headed down to San Diego, for the big 3 swap meet, hope to find some cheap parts for the car.
     
  6. brigrat
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    from Wa.St.

    Wow, one minute your on the operating table the next your a social butterfly, happy hunting and hope you find what your looking for!
     
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  7. MERCURYGUY
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    I hear that Americans cannot do things like they used to. This proves that some of us still have it awesome tom
     
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  8. You heard that partially correct and partially incorrect. Used to be that most could because they had to. Some couldn’t.

    now it’s that most don’t want to, for some it’s easier to say it’s to hard, it’s too far, it’s too heavy, I can’t do it. Some can and just get it done.
     
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  9. Fogger
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    Was it Henry Ford who said, "Whether you say you can or say you can't you're right".
     
  10. King ford
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    I believe it was Henry Ford....or at least he is credited with it....HENRY FORD and of course Jim Sibly are my heros!!
     
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  11. JimSibley
    Joined: Jan 21, 2004
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    Well, I found a pair of halibrand 15x10 wheels for the rear at the swap meet. Not sure if these need to go on the 34 or my 32 and leave the slots on the 34.
     
  12. Hemiman 426
    Joined: Apr 7, 2011
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    from Tulsa, Ok.

    Jim, another wheel venue might be Bogart "Steely Dan's" wheels. Not cheap, but 2 piece forged aluminum made to look like a stock factory steel wheel. Sizes run from 15" and up and any width.

    http://bogartracingwheels.com/steely-dan/
     
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  13. Tim_with_a_T
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  14. That’s a sweet deal if you were looking for one
     
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  15. JimSibley
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    I found a set of Lincoln mags. Might use them.
     

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