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Dayton wheels 24" on walking beam

Posted By RedKevin47 Wednesday, October 26, 2011 12:04 PM
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Bruce Ohnstad
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11.00: 24" bias ply tires are hard to find, rims are always needed, they'd be worth saving if an angel was going to get them.  It's just that getting them to people that need them is the challenge.  A B 81 Mack got scrapped in MN a couple years ago and I don't think the tires got saved, but we could have used them.

Bruce


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At Anderson Bros. truck parts in Eugene. I don't know if they plan on keeping them around. There were 8 on Wed. 26 Oct. 2011.


My truck: 1973 pumper fire truck w/855 Cummins NTF in FWD/Duplex FF2-038

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