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WHAT ARE THESE FROM. ?

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I think these alloy rims are from a small Rotavator.  If so, anyone know which one.  The tire size would be 8" x 1.25 approx.  1" center hole, 5/16" bolt holes at 1.1/8" C/L.  One had a hub 2.5" diameter with a 3/4" bore.  Looks like this is in two parts with the center screwed in.  Not tried unscrewing it to find out yet.  Found at John's during the clear out. Now I need to have a clear out too. 

 

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Imagine they are from a good quality Pedal Car circa 1940s-50s Alan?. I'll do some digging to see what I can turn up about them.

Assume British, or American with Imperial dims. I would be interested, but wonder about availability/cost of tyres n tubes?.

Be a shame to scrap them.

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OOP's. Sorry.  That should be 8" x 2.25" not 1.25. Finger trouble.  The rims had lugged tires fitted when found Richard.  Removed and sent to Darren ( Darmic ) for his project.  Just found these photo's.

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