Pasco pin drive wire wheel, 30 x 3 1/2 clincher type, lightly dented rim readily straightened, no missing spokes, tight and straight, $475 plus domestic shipping.
where are you located
Click on my name and the profile shows Danville CA
New price $425
where are you located?
i may know of an interested person
Check Layden's profile. The same place that your profile says Anaheim, CA, Layden's says Danville, CA. He also answered your question in his post on this thread earlier today.
sorry for being such a boob on a computer
are there different versions of pasco wheels to worry about?
have 3 need a fourth
Yes there are different versions of Pasco wheels. The type pictured above is more common and believed to be later than those with 6 pins that go into blind holes in the wheel center.
Above pictured type uses a wheel adapter to go over stock T wood wheel hubs and has 2 sets of threads on the nose of the adapter, a ring threads on first to hold the wheel on and then a cap threads on to lock the ring (pictured below).
I'm looking for that Pasco wrench. Does anybody have one for sale?
i have the adapters just like you have with the spin on ring and cap
what i really need is just the center of the wire wheel sitting in your picture
any chance you will part with that ?
i have the rims
i was going to buy the one wheel and take it a part just for the center but if you will sell the center that would fit the budget better
Sorry, only have the wheel for sale.
The wrench is a John Danuser repro. Does anyone know if all of his pile has been liquidated or is widow selling parts and maybe one is left?
Hi From Iowa! I had several cast in Manganise/Bronze from an original I borrowed. It is not machined to cap & nut, but that would be the easy part. If you are interested I could get you a Picture! Thanks John
I have some cast steel repops identical to the original double end wrench. email@example.com for plctures and info
layden! ask mark frymiller . charley
There are at least two styles of Pasco. The earlier ones had a much larger center and a different cap system.
The later ones have the wheel center like Layden shows.
John, what do you want for the castings?
BTW, I got the wrench. Nicely done, Lloyd! Thanks