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Herb Harnden

09-27-2003 08:56:18




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I have a 1941 Allis model B that I am looking for some wheel weights. Also looking for the weights that go up along the engine block up front. I had posted prior and someone responded with some but I lost my computer due to a virus and never was able to make the connection. If anyone has any that they would like to sell please let me know. I would appreciate it a lot. Thanks, Herb




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Herb

10-01-2003 17:48:50




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 Re: Re: wheel weights in reply to Jennifer, 10-01-2003 10:58:27  
Thank you Jennifer. I have found some but I really appreciate the information.



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Mike O'Keefe

09-28-2003 03:19:28




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 Re: wheel weights in reply to Herb Harnden, 09-27-2003 08:56:18  
You can make your own wheel weights
Find a couple brake drums then fill with cement



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Eldon (WA)

09-27-2003 12:37:08




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 Re: wheel weights in reply to Herb Harnden, 09-27-2003 08:56:18  

Herb I believe you may have been interested in a set that I have...If you can wait till next year I can deliver to next years GOTO in NY



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Herb Harnden

09-27-2003 15:59:18




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 Re: Re: wheel weights in reply to Eldon (WA), 09-27-2003 12:37:08  
Yes I believe you were the one I had talked to. Yes I am in no rush really. However if you want to get rid of them now, I can make arrangements for them to get picked up or possibly pay you to bring them to a trucking depot close to you. Where in NY is the GOTO and when is it? If you would like, I can send you some money next week so you can hold them for me. Also, where are you located in WA so I can find out where the closed trucking depot is. Thanks for your reply, I will be waiting to hear again soon.

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Eldon

09-27-2003 18:53:49




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 Re: Re: Re: wheel weights in reply to Herb Harnden, 09-27-2003 15:59:18  

Herb, Email me at ejutah@webtv.net



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