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24 rear WC rear rims

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42 M

08-23-2012 17:19:11
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I just bought a 39 WC with 24" press wheels on the back. Tires are junk. Do the 24's have any value? I have a pair of 28 in round spokes to put on.




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Lonnie Smith

08-23-2012 18:31:36
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 Re: 24 rear WC rear rims in reply to 42 M, 08-23-2012 17:19:11  
The 24" pressed wheels were used thru serial #81756 which is half way thru 1939. The 24" wheels are for sure worth more than the 28" on the later WC's and in my opinion they are worth more than the 24" round spoke because they only came out with them for about 2 years. Keep it original if at all possible.



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Harry J. Case

08-23-2012 18:09:51
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 Re: 24 rear WC rear rims in reply to 42 M, 08-23-2012 17:19:11  
In my humble opinion- go with the 28in. spokes, they are not authentic but neither are the 24in. discs. I think the '39 (styled) WC should have the cast center bolted to 28in. rims. Are those 28in. spokers from a Farmall bychance? If the 24in. discs are in good shape they should be worth something to someone restoring a '38.



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