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Re: 841 value

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Dean

10-03-2019 05:23:51




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Insufficient information but would guess $4,000 - $4,500 from available information. The market is not good but will likely worsen rather than recover.

Be interested to know where the "new spin out rims" came from.

Dean




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jimf in mo

10-03-2019 19:53:53




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 Re: 841 value in reply to Dean, 10-03-2019 05:23:51  
Dean basically remand the old ones Made a spacing jig for the adjusters. there are spaced equally. numbered each one in relation to the valve stem hole on the rim made a little jig to reference spacing from valve stem hole to 1st adjuster. cut spot welds out of old rims with spot weld cutter. bead blasted parts . got new 28" blanks welded in adjusters at same spot aa old welds. bead blast again. rims were then dipped in a etching primer at a local shop before painting. I called that new guess remanufactured would be the proper term

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Dean

10-04-2019 05:33:23




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 Re: 841 value in reply to jimf in mo, 10-03-2019 19:53:53  
Thanks, Jim.

Sounds like a job well done and lots of work.

Dean



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