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Antique Truck Wheels and Transaxle

Posted By jval658 Monday, October 01, 2018 8:20 AM
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New to the site and forum. I have an antique grain wagon that appears to have been built on a truck rear frame, transaxle and original wheels. Wondering if anyone can identify what it might be off of or if there is any interest in the wagon and/or frame. Pictures of wagon, wheels and transaxle attached. Located near Medina Ohio.
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one nice thing about old trailers like this, they keep on working when you need to store things off the ground. I use mine to store used and usable iron.

Diesel fuel brushed on the hard grease is a good way to soften the grease. There might be some identification marks on the casting. It looks like a worm gear.




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Thanks Bruce. Were you referring to the wheel castings?
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I was thinking of cleaning the grease off the worm gear/differential housing. A manufacturer might cast a name or stamp a ratio on the center. Your wheels might have a name on them, but sometimes left nameless. Dayton wheel made a of wheels for truck companies but there were other wheel suppliers.




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