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Old 03-27-2008, 11:45 AM
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Cragar SS wheels lugs help ????

I have a set of Cragar ss wheels , 15x7 51/2 bold patern from 1997 brand new that will go on a 1949 Ford F1 truck with lugs 1/2

Looks like my rims are rare and dont require washers .
Any one can help where can I get the right lugs??

I do have a close picture on those rims

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cragar ss lugs help



Just put some picture on my galery

heres the link

thank you all

http://www.hotrodders.com/gallery/sh...cat/500/page/1
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eBay has them ... all the time.
Most any decent mag wheel store should be able to sell you a set. 1/2 20 thread is standard Ford thread ...

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/LUG-N...QQcmdZViewItem
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Listen to deuce,

make SURE you get the crager SS style other wise the shank will more than likely be too short.
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best wheel knowledge

best place I found is Massey's in Oklahoma. Talk to Sheila 405.239.2010
They have been in Cragar business for century's they know their stuff,
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