F/S morrow set of wheels with tires size 28" wood clad

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  1. #1 Posted May 24, 2012
    fxo550

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  2. #2 Posted May 29, 2012
    fxo550

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  3. #3 Posted Jun 24, 2012
    fxo550

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    still for sale,new price june 24

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  4. #4 Posted Jun 24, 2012
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    Will they fit my 1933 elgin blackhawk?

    Hi,
    Not sure...but will these fit my 1933/34 elgin blackhawk?
    If so, I am happy to purchase.

    Any help would be great. I was thinking I needed 26" rims??

    Thanks again,
    toddsevern@comcast.net
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  5. #5 Posted Jun 24, 2012
    bud poe

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    Yes, you need 26" metal clad wheels for the Blackhawk, these will not fit your frame...
     
  6. #6 Posted Jun 24, 2012
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    Actually the early Blackhawk and Falcon frame and fork will take the 28x1.5 wood clad wheels but you do have to change the fenders. I will try to find the catalog page but these were offered in both 28" and 26" for the first year.
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  7. #7 Posted Jun 24, 2012
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    thanks bud

    Thanks bud for the information and clarification.

    Looks like I missed some 26" rims last week....someone had posted and sold in 2 days.
    I will find them sooner or later.....would love to get this thing rolling soon.

    Thanks again - thanks for the old advertisement as well!
    Todd
     
  8. #8 Posted Jun 24, 2012
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    Thanks also RustySpoke

    Hi Again,
    Thanks to you also RustySpokes.
    Just noticed you yellow outlined the ad - showing the 28" option. It looks like my back rim can only be 26" and the front could take a 28". This is what has confused me until this point. I am not willing to change the fender - will only make more work for me! I like the thicker 2.125 inch better anyway. Will hang in there for 26" wood clad elgin rims!!

    Thank you again,

    Todd
     
  9. #9 Posted Jun 24, 2012
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    Kinda wish I had the $29.00 in cash - so I could just buy the whole bike!

    Kinda wish I had the $29.00 in cash - so I could just buy the whole bike!
    GEEZ, if I could only get credit, that would be even easier...
    Todd
     
  10. #10 Posted Jun 24, 2012
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    I was thinking the same thing when I posted it.
     
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