I am not connected with this sale but would buy it if it was in Ohio for that price.
Im closer im putting a simular set of duals on my TT
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If I was closer, I would to have those duals.
and only 222 miles from me! Still too far and no room anyway.
Wow, that is almost a give a way price. The rear wheels are probably worth the 700.00 buy it now. Those rear wheels sitting on my spaces at Chickashea would bring the 700.00.
I'm with you Tom, that would be a good setup for my bare 24 dump frame. im in need of rear drive for it. Just got a bare frame at the moment
. - Matt
There's some really cool parts there but I'm in California.....
Very interesting. I, too, like those rear wheels.
The engine appears to be the claimed '26, however, the firewall, running boards, Ruckstell shifter, and fender beads, all indicate it may be a '24 or maybe '25 chassis.
Looks like there are a bunch of us looking for the dual rear wheel set-up. A seller could almost set a price an stick to it, hate that when that happens. I've designed a dual wheel conversion and probably end up building it VS getting backed into a corner and having to pay a high price for a era correct set-up. Have any of you guys or know of someone that has built this conversion and it not only worked but looked nice ??? Any help, ideas or suggestions that anyone can offer would be greatly appreciated. If I would use any of your suggestions, the favor would be returned. Drop me a email and lets see what happens, thanks guys, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pedals are 26.
Mark 220 mile is not far.
My design would incorporate the entire wheel, rim and spokes. (IDEA) possibly reproducing the dual wheel hub design as pictured. Have capabilities of sandblasting/powder-coating, acrylic urethane paint colors, pin striped and clear-coat the finished work. Customer makes the call and we would finish per their needs.