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Ever seen center cap spacers?

I bought a set of wheels for my 94 Ford F350 I like these wheels , but the center cap wasn't going to fit . I searched on line couldn't find them. so I went to Industrial Metal Supply in Sun Valley Ca. and got 4- 6" X 3/4" round disks and this is what I came up with . Hope you all Dig! I milled and powder coated them.
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Now the cap works . There was a lot of hours, but hella fun . got the look I wanted on my F350 .
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Dang, that looks good! Props to you sir! You do fine work.

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Nicely done. I used 1.5" wheel spacers so I could use my caps. As it turns out I like the way my truck track now.

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I did think about wheel spacers and after careful measuring my tires would of rubbed on my front bumper . I do like the look of the center cap . It completes the whole wheel.
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