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Ford Factory Rims

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tractormuellerp

09-27-2020 20:07:09




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I'm in the process of replacing some tires. I've found some decent used tires on original ford rims. My tires are on original ford rims as well. I noticed that the tires I'm looking at have the valve stem on the inside of the tire, where my rims the valve stem is on the outside of the tire.
Is one way the correct OEM way?
Why are they different?

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8NChris

09-28-2020 08:30:06




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 Re: Ford Factory Rims in reply to tractormuellerp, 09-27-2020 20:07:09  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeYour right.



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Louis A

09-28-2020 07:00:52




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 Re: Ford Factory Rims in reply to tractormuellerp, 09-27-2020 20:07:09  
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His e-mail is open on classic! You have to log in on classic to see the Send Email link on the right bottom corner of his post.



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8NChris

09-28-2020 06:50:13




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 Re: Ford Factory Rims in reply to tractormuellerp, 09-27-2020 20:07:09  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeMorning, your email link is not open in Modern or Classic on my Android. I would like to contact you about some 19" wheel weights.

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Tim PloughNman Daley

09-28-2020 06:36:10




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 Re: Ford Factory Rims in reply to tractormuellerp, 09-27-2020 20:07:09  
Valve stem can be on one or the other - no set correct way. Tire tread has 8 different settings from "48 to 76" and you switched out rims and center discs to get the setting desired so one setting may have valve stem inside, another setting to outside. OEM FORD/KELSEY HAYES 28 x 9 Hat Rims used on all N's with 10 x 28 (now 11.2 x 28) tire size. Looking for a set of OEM Hat Rims? I have two sets. One with the OEM FIRESTONE CHAMPION SPADE GUIDE GRIP closed bar centers included, up for sale. I also have a few sets of OEM FORD/KELSY-HAYES stamped 3 x 19 rims on Firestone 4 x 19 single rib tires for sale. Email is open.

FORD 9 x 28 HAT RIMS; 8N AND UP CENTER DISCS:



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Dean

09-28-2020 05:39:22




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 Re: Ford Factory Rims in reply to tractormuellerp, 09-27-2020 20:07:09  
Neither is correct.

Neither is incorrect.

Dean



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8NChris

09-27-2020 22:02:26




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 Re: Ford Factory Rims in reply to tractormuellerp, 09-27-2020 20:07:09  
Could yours be the same but just flipped around?



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