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Jim Marmon

07-24-2014 11:16:58

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I have a 1945 Allis Chalmers grader tractor. My rear wheel rims are rusted out. The tires that run on the rims are a 12.00x24. So the rims are a 24 inch. Are there any rims out here that I could purchase. Thanks Jim

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07-24-2014 11:41:09

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 Re: rims in reply to Jim Marmon, 07-24-2014 11:16:58  
You probably have a W Speed Patrol. The rim number is one of 2 Goodyear #934 or Firestone #88DC8. As per the W Speed Patrol parts manual that I have

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Jim Marmon

07-24-2014 11:47:19

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 Re: rims in reply to old, 07-24-2014 11:41:09  
Thank You for the info. I'm interested in getting a copy of the manual

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07-24-2014 11:51:53

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 Re: rims in reply to Jim Marmon, 07-24-2014 11:47:19  
third party image

I only have this one parts manual and I got it a few years back from some one on here but it is the only one I have and I do not know where to find another one. I can scan pages from it but that is about all. By the way does your look like this?? I own this one and use it. Mine is a 1947

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Lonnie Smith

07-24-2014 13:24:02

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 Re: rims in reply to old, 07-24-2014 11:51:53  
If you have a grader like in the pic that Old posted then you can use WC wheels from 1938 and early 1939 if you can't find new.

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Jim Marmon

07-24-2014 15:32:29

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 Re: rims in reply to Lonnie Smith, 07-24-2014 13:24:02  
Lonnie, Your tractor and mine are twins except your sure looks sharp. Jim

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07-24-2014 20:34:00

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 Re: rims in reply to Jim Marmon, 07-24-2014 15:32:29  
Ah but the picture is my 1947 W speed patrol

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