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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 46convert, Jul 24, 2020.

  1. I looked for a part number buy couldn't find 1. The hub fits old Ford bolt pattern(model A wheel) and has 3 threaded small holes in it. Both the spindles have 1 tierod hole and don't look like any cut off. Thank you for any help I get.
     

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  2. alchemy
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    Spindles look like '40 Ford that have been trimmed on. I can't say positively, but maybe the hubs are F-1?
     
  3. Fordors
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    X2 ^
    I don’t know about the hubs but the spindles are ‘37-‘41.
     
  4. flatford39
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    That's what I was thinking. The spindles have been heavily modified but the hubs do look like the F-1 pick up hubs I have. What did they come off of a hay wagon???
     

  5. no off a old drag car.
     
  6. squirrel
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    no need for front brakes, but a big need to cut off any excess weight
     
  7. GordonC
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    Isn't that a welded steel spoke tractor or trailer type wheel?
     
  8. 31Apickup
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    May work on the front of a T bucket with really narrow spindle mount wheels if you dare to drive without front brakes


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  9. flatford39
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    That makes sense now looking at them again. He didn't need front brakes.
     
  10. alchemy
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    No, that's a Model A wheel.
     
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  11. The37Kid
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    I need to see the face of that wire wheel. I think you have some old Midget Race car parts, early stuff. The hubs look like narrowed 26-27 Ford items the three holes would be for the speedometer drive gear. Bolt pattern will be smaller than 1928-48 Ford if they are. Bob
     
  12. alchemy
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    T hubs would have screw in caps. These have the post war tap in caps.
     
  13. The37Kid
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    Yes & no, the wood wheel caps screw on, but the optional 26-27 wire wheel hub has the tap on cap on the hub plus the cap on the wire wheel. Stole these off that website, the odd sprocket is the speedometer drive. ;) Bob
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  14. mine don't have the sprocket on the back.
     
  15. The37Kid
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    Most don't, the speedometer was an accessory. Bob
     
  16. lippy
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    That looks like a 26-27 T wire wheel in the pic. Lippy
     

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