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#1 Dandy Dave

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Posted 03 January 2012 - 10:06 PM

Looks like and accessory Model T wheel. It measures about 17 + Inches and the spider is aluminum. The thread ID is about 3 inches and says Baffle Lock Company. Chicago, U.S.A. Number E143462. Can anyone conferm that is what it fits? Thanks, Dandy Dave!

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Posted 03 January 2012 - 10:28 PM

Absolutely accessory aftermarket Model T Ford.

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Posted 04 January 2012 - 02:32 PM

Thanks Laydon B for conferming. It is in very good condition for such an old wheel. You never know what you will stumble across, or where. Someone brought it to a buddies salvage yard in a load of junk and he snaged it out and saved it. I spotted it under a desk when I was there the other day and brought it home. I haven't had a Model T in over 20 years, and do not intend on getting another one as they are a little tight for me to ride in, and my big feet get stuck between the peddles. I have to run one with my tippy toes. I am much more comfortable in my 1915 Buick that has wide peddles and lots of leg room. Anyone need it? Dandy Dave!

Edited by Dandy Dave, 04 January 2012 - 02:43 PM.

Most of my money I spent on Tools, Mechanical things, and Girls. The rest I wasted! ;)
At Dandy Daves Speedo repair, we aint fast, but we sur nuf is sexy! :D
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1915 Buick C-36 Roadster.
1982 Riviera Convertible.
1996 Buick Century Custom.
1957 Dodge Sweptside pickup.
Dandy Daves L'il Digger.
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1937 John Deere BO
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Posted 01 July 2012 - 04:55 PM

Thanks Laydon B for conferming. It is in very good condition for such an old wheel. You never know what you will stumble across, or where. Someone brought it to a buddies salvage yard in a load of junk and he snaged it out and saved it. I spotted it under a desk when I was there the other day and brought it home. I haven't had a Model T in over 20 years, and do not intend on getting another one as they are a little tight for me to ride in, and my big feet get stuck between the peddles. I have to run one with my tippy toes. I am much more comfortable in my 1915 Buick that has wide peddles and lots of leg room. Anyone need it? Dandy Dave!


Hi Dandy Dave,
Do you still have the steering wheel? I broke the aluminum spider on my wooden wheel last week and need another wheel badly!
Thanks,
Hio Ridge

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Posted 02 July 2012 - 11:45 AM

Yes, it is still here. PM me. Dandy Dave!
Most of my money I spent on Tools, Mechanical things, and Girls. The rest I wasted! ;)
At Dandy Daves Speedo repair, we aint fast, but we sur nuf is sexy! :D
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1915 Buick C-36 Roadster.
1982 Riviera Convertible.
1996 Buick Century Custom.
1957 Dodge Sweptside pickup.
Dandy Daves L'il Digger.
Cat model 12 Grader #6M17
1937 John Deere BO
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