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Re: Electric Wheel Co. Running Gear

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03-20-2013 18:58:49

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Would there have been an owners manual even printed for a running gear?

I have bought 3 new wagons and gears in my life and none of them came with a manual.

Maybe I just never asked for one and so they never gave me one.


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Cordova Steve

03-21-2013 05:58:53

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 Re: Electric Wheel Co. Running Gear in reply to IaGary, 03-20-2013 18:58:49  
Thanks guys, maybe there aren't any. I'm having some trouble getting signed up on here so I can't post pictures yet. When I get it figured out ill post the ad I have for the EWC 650 wagon. It looked like there was more to it, I could be wrong. Maybe you've seen it on the antique tractors web site. I'm in the process of doing a total restore on what I think is a 1951 or newer EWC model 650 running gear wagon. It's got a 5 bolt wheel on it. What's the load rating for this gear??? Also on the ad it shows an option for "spring" bolsters. Mine had one spring bolster on the front. Looks from the ad it's suppose to have one on the back also. I'm missing the spring. The serial number tag is missing off the rear end of it so I probably will never know if this gear was made by EWC FOR ANOTHER COMPANY or it was sold as one of there's. I've got a lot of questions. Would like to talk to a EWC "Gear Head"!! LOL

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