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Re: A Rear Wheels

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A GURU

01-18-2013 22:22:41
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You know what they say about opinions.............I guess everyone might have a different opinion about their value. They are certainly more rare than round spoke wheels. They also might not be as sought after by collectors as the round spokes. I have a set of them that belong on a late March 39 A. I like the looks of them myself, but that doesn't make them more or less valuable.
Are you looking to buy or sell a set, and wondering what they are worth, or some other detail about them?
As always, it boils down to what someone is willing to pay for them.

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Bud W

01-19-2013 06:34:21
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 Re: A Rear Wheels in reply to A GURU, 01-18-2013 22:22:41  
No, I just bought a restored 35 A that has them. The tractor is a knockout nut and bolt restoration by folks that know what they are doing so I couldn't pass it up although I had wanted one with round spokes.



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A GURU

01-19-2013 08:12:52
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 Re: A Rear Wheels in reply to Bud W, 01-19-2013 06:34:21  
Hmmm..............If they are on a 35 A then they would either have to be the later "retrofit" flat spokes with the bolt in hubs, or cutoffs, as a 35 A has ten spline axles...............or they installed twelve spline axles in the tractor????
Nothing wrong with any of the above, just wondering. Maybe a story to be unravelled?
I would be glad to help you solve a mystery, if there is one to be solved. A picture is worth a thousand words. No pressure at all. I just am always interested in details on model A's and always glad to help decipher something. If you are interested, and don't already know it from a T-C research, I can give you a rough build date based on the serial number and some math and other info I have gathered over time. Not the same detail you can get from Two-Cylinder Club, but usually within a day or two of actual build date. Again, no pressure, it's just what I enjoy doing. E-mail is always open if you prefer.

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Bud W

01-19-2013 08:36:17
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 Re: A Rear Wheels in reply to A GURU, 01-19-2013 08:12:52  

Lets see if this works



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01-19-2013 08:20:21
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 Re: A Rear Wheels in reply to A GURU, 01-19-2013 08:12:52  
I'm picking the tractor up next Tuesday. My email address is wiesedeppe@sbcglobal.net. If you can send me your email address I will contact you late next week.
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Bud



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01-19-2013 13:57:09
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 Re: A Rear Wheels in reply to Bud W, 01-19-2013 08:20:21  
Thanks Bud,
I sent you an e-mail through the YT Forum with some details. Very nice looking tractor. The original A60R seat bracket, without the reinforcing rib around the triangular hole, is a hard one to come by.



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