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Category: Wheels & Tires Price: $85 Private or Vendor Listing: Private Listing Location (State): OR Item Condition: Used Shipping Information: Item can be shipped Engine: Part suitable for gas truck Part fits:: older-1947, 1948-1960, 1961-1966, 1967-1972
Jeremy and I spoke on the phone. I'm in Portland now and will be hauling two or three sets back to Illinois in the next week to ten days. Stu
No standard amount that I've ever experienced. I've sometimes gotten them free, and I've paid $10 each at swap meets to keep them from being crushed. I've also paid quite a bit more for the correct Budd part #59340 wheels for my Marmon-Herrington. I've also paid more for NOS side ring wheels at auction. I'd add that shipping isn't gonna be an easy because they are so heavy. I'd take what somebody offers if it's reasonable. Stu
Found a set at RV junk yard on I44 in Missouri between Joplin and Springfield, but they wanted $150 each for them.....bummer that's $900 for the 6 I needed....any demand at all for the old widow makers or should a guy sell them for junk or just bury them somewhere? If I ever find any I won;t know what to do with the old ones...
Any chance someone makes a 10-hole wheel with the same bolt circle and a guy use every-other hole?
Recycling should yield a few bucks. No other good use, except maybe as a grinder base. I've got a set of 19.5" tubeless here if you want to save the frustration of looking through yards. And heck, I'm way more reasonable than the yard operator you talked to. Stu
Hi Stu, if you have a set of 6 available, I could get my '50 F4 on the road in the spring! Can you email me at email@example.com and let me know if you have any? I live near Aurora, IL. Thanks! Bob
I just got home from having old tires pulled and the prices have gone up. I was paying $10 each but today it cost me $18 each. I then called the other shop in town that pulls and recycles 19.5s and was told they now charge $24 each. They used to be $15 each if I remember right. So this now yields a total of $103 each for wheels with no tires. If somebody wants a set with tires still mounted the price remains $85 each. I have one set of six here in Illinois that have no cracking, and one set in Oregon that I can't attest to the condition of. Then there is one set here in Illinois without tires. Stu
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