You can buy all those others new, but not these.
That's the Mike Walker version.
Looks like one of the many versions of the Transue Williams logo.
Ken in Texas
According to this website, the Prudden wheel company merged with two other companies and became Motor Wheel in 1920.
I have some Ford ones ,holler if you need some.
I have them on my original '14 Touring wheels also.
You can live there today.
Do you know what year the wheels are? I have Pruddens with a P and the hubs in front have the narrow width at the dust cover, 1914?
Ken in Texas
(Message edited by drkbp on March 27, 2015)
I'm a little late coming to this discussion. I found these plates on 2 30 x 3 1/2 square felloe front wheels I have been rebuilding. Steve's wheel may have been a square felloe, rounded to look like a round felloe. A round felloe wheel would have had an oval plate I believe.
Has this MW plate been seen on other round felloe wheels?
Would my 30 x 3 1/2 front wheels with these plates be Canadian or were there other 30 x 3 1/2 square felloe wheel used in the US? I have seen several here in Idaho and Montana.
Don't square felloe wheels also have round spokes while round felloe wheels have teardrop or oval spokes?
The photo Steve posed looks like it might be a round felloe. The RIP has round felloe wheels.
Yes, it's a round felloe wheel.