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Re: 1944 Silver King 42

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bob in mi.

10-26-2011 07:51:50

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Thanks for the reply. I have used Minn-Kota before, forgot about them actually. Have question about rear tires. This SK is a 1944 with the old style fenders, has 38's on the back with the large cupped centers, but most all the pictures I see with the old style fenders have the smaller 28's (??? gessing at size) and trators with the 38's have the clam shell type fenders. Any thoughts ??

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oliver fan

10-26-2011 12:42:30

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 Re: 1944 Silver King 42 in reply to bob in mi., 10-26-2011 07:51:50  
I agree with jfred, but would like to add some info.

I have a model 340 silver king. It has the model 41 Continental 162 engine. It still has the original cast iron center, steel rims with 36 inch rubber. It also has the flat/early style fenders.

It was sold new at the Silver King/Case dealer in Springport, Mich.

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10-26-2011 09:50:37

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 Re: 1944 Silver King 42 in reply to bob in mi., 10-26-2011 07:51:50  
Either wheel/fender combination would be correct. The rear wheel size 28" or 38" were optional so you could get them with whichever you wanted, but the squared older style fenders were used on the tractor until about 1947 and then around 1948 they switched to the clam shell. So your tractor would be correct with its current setup.

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