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Anyone know what these Ford steelies are from?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Kustom Komet, Jan 31, 2012.

  1. Kustom Komet
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    14x5, 4.5" circle, 2-3/4" center hole, only markings are Ford oval, letter "E" and number 16. Fit Granada brakes. I need a set, but I need to know what they are from to look.

    -KK
     
  2. luvzccr
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    my '58 ford has the steelies that looks exactly like this. im no expert but it could be 57-59 ford fairlane wheels.
     
  3. Mark T
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    Probably off of a car with disc brakes if the center hole fits Granada rotors, that would rule out any 50's cars and most of the 60's. Look again, there may be a date on them.
     
  4. TagMan
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    I believe the 2-3/4' center hole wheels were used after 1968 on big Fords.
     
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  5. LOWFOMOCO
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    Not sure but I have a pair of 15's with a center just like that....early seventys full size ford....
     
  6. anteek
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    GRANADA,Mustang,Torino,etc about '70 and newer
     
  7. Kustom Komet
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    Thanks everyone. The Granada wheels that I've seen (and have) have all been 6" wide with a deeper dish, otherwise the same. Earlier makes sense, just didn't know if early '70s Mustang and Torino had the larger hole or not.

    -KK
     

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