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Is there/ was there a small hub cap for the early 13" w

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I have a set of the early and narrow steel wheels that appear to be designed to accept a small diameter hub cap. Wondering how difficult it would be to find a set of the proper hub cap for the wheels.

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Guest Anonymous

as they dented very easily, but the later, polished full-face caps used from 1970-1973 are a dime a dozen.

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How do you tell the difference?

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I can measure the diameter of the three protrusions where the hub cap fits onto the wheel. This would provide the hub cap's approximate diameter.

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My '68 came with smallish hub caps on one side, and larger ones on the other. I didn't notice it until I got alloy wheels and took the original wheels off.

I still have the wheels and caps.

--Jerry

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I actually have 4 around somewhere. They were on my early '67 that is now a parts car. In addition to the 4 hubcaps there were seperate trim rings that were held in place by the hubcaps. Together it gave the appaerance of the later style.

Wayne

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Guest Anonymous

..I'm interested in hub caps for the old wheels I have if anyone has some.

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