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Help With Early Ford Tin Bearing Cover


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Old 07-02-2019, 04:41:48 PM
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Default Help With Early Ford Tin Bearing Cover

Found what looks like a front wheel bearing hub cover made from light steel with tabs on the rear. There is a Ford emblem and Made in USA. Measures about 2-1/2"OD of tabs. Any help with ID appreciated.
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Default Re: Help With Early Ford Tin Bearing Cover

1926 or 1927 Model T Ford with wire wheels or a 1928 1929 Model A Ford. Would be a hub cap for front and rear.
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Default Re: Help With Early Ford Tin Bearing Cover

I would say 30 or 31
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Default Re: Help With Early Ford Tin Bearing Cover

28 - 29 30 - 31 are bigger
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28 - 29 30 - 31 are bigger
Yes 28/29 , 30/31 are larger and flatter .
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