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Re: rear rims

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11-16-2012 12:31:00

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That is a hat rim. They were first issued as a 9 x 32 on the first 9N. Later 9 x 28 became an option. Later still the 32" was discontinued and 28" became the only rim available. With the NAA a 10 x 28 hat rim became an option.

The 32" rims are highly sought after and are worth some money. The wider 10" version of the 28" rims are also scarce, but don't seem to command as much money. The 9 x 28 hat rims are what most people are looking for. Prices remain firm at about $150 for a spotless example, down to $50 to $75 for a ratty one that needs repair. Brand new reproductions are NOT available (to my knowledge). In my experience, it costs about $40 to $50 to ship a rim from my home in Utah to the east coast. I did ship one hat rim to Hawaii and that was EXPENSIVE....shipping cost way more than the price of the rim!

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11-16-2012 13:55:02

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 Re: rear rims in reply to Jim.UT, 11-16-2012 12:31:00  
how do i measure the rim to determine it's size? email me if you want to.

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11-16-2012 16:21:37

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 Re: rear rims in reply to s19438, 11-16-2012 13:55:02  
For the diameter, measure the distance between the beads where the tire seats. For the width measure the distance between the inner and outer beads on the inside of the rim, again where the tire seats.

From the photo I'd say you have a 28" diameter rim. If the rim is still in nice condition, you may find the size stamped on the metal near the valve stem hole. Often the numbers are rusted away.

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