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    Default Wheel ID Help

    Saw this on the AACA car forum. A man is seeking an ID for a wheel he has which appears to be motorcycle. Figured I'd post here incase it just happens to be something rare and someone needs it. Don't know the guy and not sure if he wants to sell but he might as he likely has no use for it. If anyone interested I can get you connected to owner.

    "I was told this is a motorcycle wheel but have so far been unable to identify it. It is 20 inches in diameter and looks like if probably takes a 19 inch tire. The rim is beaded edge. The ID of the the hub is approximately 2-1/2 inches diameter. One side of the hub has an internal spline. There are 40 spokes. If anyone can help identify it I would appreciate it."
    Last edited by Skirted; 11-21-2017 at 11:37 AM.
    Jason Z
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skirted View Post
    Saw this on the AACA car forum. A man is seeking an ID for a wheel he has which appears to be motorcycle. Figured I'd post here incase it just happens to be something rare and someone needs it.

    "I was told this is a motorcycle wheel but have so far been unable to identify it. It is 20 inches in diameter and looks like if probably takes a 19 inch tire. The rim is beaded edge. The ID of the the hub is approximately 2-1/2 inches diameter. One side of the hub has an internal spline. There are 40 spokes. If anyone can help identify it I would appreciate it."
    19 in. (V) model harley 30 to 36

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    Thank you vride5 for the info. Will pass it on.
    Jason Z
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    18' wheels for the later VL also....
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    That looks like a short spline VL hub to me but I could be wrong. If it is short then it would be 30-32 or33 and if it is long it would be 34-36. Need to see or measure the length of the splines to be sure but for sure VL.

    Tom (Rollo) Hardy
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