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5 LUG B????

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09-30-2002 06:49:13

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Question please?We have ran across a [B] #117xxx that is a 51 as far as we can tell.It has 5 lug rear wheel pattern in dish,and 4 lug on outside for rims,it also has straight adjustable front axle,and seat with spring and shock absorber.Rear wwheels have weights, and dishes appear to be reversable.Rear wheels are very wide set.Is this standard? Thanks in advance-WILL

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09-30-2002 22:36:24

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 Re: 5 LUG B???? in reply to WILL-----OHIO, 09-30-2002 06:49:13  

This was discussed in the "other" forum a while back and we came to the conclusion that it was part of the adjustable wide front option package. I have one, and so does a friend.

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09-30-2002 18:26:13

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 Re: 5 LUG B???? in reply to WILL-----OHIO, 09-30-2002 06:49:13  
Thanks everyone,greatly appreciated. WILL

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09-30-2002 13:12:34

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 Re: 5 LUG B???? in reply to WILL-----OHIO, 09-30-2002 06:49:13  
This is a later model, adjustable wide front B as mentioned - I have a 1950 model with the same wheels and front axle. That was the 40 inch to 68 inch tread option with the 5 lug rears. The seat is probably an aftermarket add-on like a Monroe seat or something similar.

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09-30-2002 09:23:35

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 Re: 5 LUG B???? in reply to WILL-----OHIO, 09-30-2002 06:49:13  
I am not sure of the starting and ending years but for a while the B came with model C type rear wheels when ordered with an adjustable wide front. It would appear that this was done so the rear tread could be adusted out further to match the front end adjustment range. I have a piece of sales literature from the early 50s that shows a B equiped like yours and another with the standard arched front axle and the flat rear wheels.

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09-30-2002 06:58:08

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 Re: 5 LUG B???? in reply to WILL-----OHIO, 09-30-2002 06:49:13  
It is just an adjustable wide front "B"

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