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'38 AC B Rear Rims

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Mike

07-14-2002 16:32:35




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I'm looking at purchasing a 1938 AC B. The tractor seems solid, runs well, and needs only minor work. The tractor's rear rims are mis-matched though. Any idea what a set of original rear rims for an '38 B sell for (I'm in MA if anyone knopws of set locally)? Any other tips for problem areas? Thanks

Mike




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Dan ( Mass )

07-11-2003 10:54:15




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 Re: '38 AC B Rear Rims in reply to Mike, 07-14-2002 16:32:35  
Mike - You could try Ahearns in Spencer Mass. 508-885-7085. I'm going to try to go there tonight, I need to get one rim . Let me know if you want to sell one of yours I need a 10 / 24 with 4 bumps for my C

Dan - Dudley Mass.



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Dell

07-15-2002 14:39:58




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 Re: '38 AC B Rear Rims in reply to Mike, 07-14-2002 16:32:35  
I've got a '41 and didn't know anything about looking at the rear wheels. They both fell off while I was driving it. The silly design with the half turns was eroded/worn and wouldn't hold. Both different wheels...must be like socks out of my dryer. I feel a little better now that it is more common than I thought. I replaced both and they work fine. You really feel stupid when the 'ol B lets you down!

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Geoff

07-15-2002 09:59:29




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 Re: '38 AC B Rear Rims in reply to Mike, 07-14-2002 16:32:35  
I also got a 38 B with mis-matched rims. I you weren't so far away, we might swap (i'm Indiana). You might check to see if the rear wheel centers are tight on the axles by gripping the top of the tire and tug back and forth, while looking for movement around the axle nut. My axles were shot and I have temp fixed them.



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