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WC spoke rims?

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Ande

09-11-2007 17:51:57




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Was wondering if anyone had a source for spoke rims for a unstyled "WC",I was told it is a 1936.Any help would be nice.This is my first Allis Chalmers
Ande




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MARK W NY

09-16-2007 06:39:22




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 Re: WC spoke rims? in reply to Ande, 09-11-2007 17:51:57  
I am looking for a round spoke front wheel for our WC also. the seen to be harder than hens teeth to find. There was a WC that just sold on ebay that had them



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ohio

09-12-2007 15:26:24




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 Re: WC spoke rims? in reply to Ande, 09-11-2007 17:51:57  
f&h wheels. 24" tires?
there are flat spokes & round ones, one is more valuable, but i don't know which.



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J.C.in AZ.

09-12-2007 08:40:59




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 Re: WC spoke rims? in reply to Ande, 09-11-2007 17:51:57  
I may be wrong but I do not think an item such as "Spoke Rims" for a WC exists. I have seen many Steel Wheel AC WC applications where the "Spokes " are part of the Steel Wheel Assembly and have seen cut downs where Rims for Rubber Tires and Tubes have been welded onto cut off Spokes of these Steel Wheel Assemblys. I have also seen WC'S with Solid Centers on Rubber but think most of them were adaptions of RC Wheel Assemblies. And of course AC eventually put Rubber on the WC's OEM. AC was one of the first companies to install Rubber Tires and Tubes on an Ag. Tractor.My 2cts.

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Ande

09-12-2007 14:45:38




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 Re: WC spoke rims? in reply to J.C.in AZ., 09-12-2007 08:40:59  
Hi JC
Guess I'm confused on your post,you say you dont think that "WC"s didnt have spoked metal rims mounted on rubber tires?This one has that,I tried to take a picture with my phone,but I dont think it turned out well.Will check it out further and see if I can post it.Gee hope i can get this figured out
Ande



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J.C.in AZ.

09-12-2007 15:38:47




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 Re: WC spoke rims? in reply to Ande, 09-12-2007 14:45:38  
I remember my Dad's UC had Spoked Rims but as I said "I never ever saw such on a WC".I'm trying to remember back when I was around those old Square Radiator WC's and all I can remember is the ones that came out on Steel and eventually had the spokes cut and Rubber Tire Rims mounted on them front and rear. Oh well, maybe my 70 year old Memory is not up to such rememberances.



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Ande

09-12-2007 18:50:38




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 Re: WC spoke rims? in reply to J.C.in AZ., 09-12-2007 15:38:47  
Well JC, you have more memory then I have knowledge so my eyes are still looking "up" to you!I looked at the pictures JC and going to put them on here tomorrow.Hope you will help me figure out,there are weights on this "WC" too.Thanks my friend
Ande



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Garry from SD

09-13-2007 04:13:01




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 Re: WC spoke rims? in reply to Ande, 09-12-2007 18:50:38  
I saw an old ad for unstyled WCs at an auction last summer. According to it, you could purchase a WC with 1 of 3 rear wheel variations. Steel was one, spoke with rubber was another, and the third was a domed styled. Memory's getting a little fuzzy on the third, can't remember if it's a domed spoked or solid.



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