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Morrow F2 hub with rib and grease fitting

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Wore out three sets of tires already!
One of these was brought up in 2011, but I was curious if anyone had any more information about what this might have originally been on.

The rib and grease point seem like a good idea, but obviously the variation was short lived.

Any thoughts or information would be great to hear!

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Thanks fordmike65 I guess the Elgin part was thrown around, but I was envisioning something else.
So, fairly definitive high end Elgin.
Really appreciate the threads!
 
I've seen some bluebirds pictured with the air cooled musselman. Would the Morrow just have been a different option?
 
I've seen some bluebirds pictured with the air cooled musselman. Would the Morrow just have been a different option?
I believe so, since ND, Musselman & Morrow were all options. But, when was the air-cooled hub introduced? IIRC, my girl's early '36 Skylark has a smooth Musselman with an Alemite fitting.
 
Thats a good question. The bluebirds I saw with air cooled rear hubs were ones for sale on here stated to be 36'.
 
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