The walls seem pretty thick unless Ford used heavier duty flip top oilers. The spindle has a ball bearing inner race and curved arm.
With all that rust and apparent lack of lubrication for Lord knows how many decades, does that thing even MOVE??
No, it definitely doesn't move. I found it with a bunch of parts. Somebody cot the tie rod off with a hacksaw.
Looks like one to me. The metal standing up appears to be part of the bolt, that's the way they were made.
Also note just a small chamfer above the hex and flat surface over to the "oiler".
I understand the man hole oiler to be the type with the spring loaded lid which can be lifted up, rather than hinged like the later ones. These were also made of pressed metal. The remains you have look to be a broken casting.
I could be wrong again.
Allan from down under.
Sure is, here is un-disturbed flip top oiler spindle arm bolt.
Looks like someone pounded on it, but at one time, it looked like the one Dan posted.