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will ford wheels fit my 1949 plymouth deluxe,i found some 16 inch off of ford mustang,also where can i get overhaul kit for my flathead six,and what plymouth overdrive trannie will fit,thanks Buddy Saddle

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will ford wheels fit my 1949 plymouth deluxe,i found some 16 inch off of ford mustang,.......
The bolt pattern is most likely the same; 5x4.5 on
the Ford. The backspacing is another matter. Early
Mustang wheels had 4.625" backspacing if they were
7" wide. They also had a bore diameter of 71.5 mm.
The only way to know for sure if they will fit is to
compare the other measurements.

The Plymouth has lug bolts instead of studs, but I
believe they're 1/2 inch dia., and will still fit the
Ford lug holes.
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thanks,looked yesterday,the ford wheels just had to much off set ,buddy saddle
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Check out post #2 in this thread source for mopar flat head 6 performance parts that I did in response to another question about parts for the Mopar flat head 6. One thing to point out after I reread my response is that the reference to the R10 overdrive should have said "mid to late 50's Plymouth or Dodge"
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