AC-6 Cultivator wheels

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24 Feb 2022 13:44 #17578 by Duckthumper
Does anyone have any idea what the brand on the wheels of a AC-6 cultivator would be marked as? Firestone? Wheel Horse ect. I have a set that I believe are original, but want to make sure.
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25 Feb 2022 08:00 #17580 by Geno
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Morning Jamie. It looks just like the deck wheels used on the old decks only in an 8" version instead of a 6" and both were 1.75" wide. They were metal, painted white, and semi-pneumatic. They may have been bought from the same supplier. I don't recall any of them having a name on them. Here is a pic of the parts list for it.

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25 Feb 2022 09:24 #17581 by Duckthumper
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So is the semi pneumatic, have an air stem????? Thinking not. Mine are the 8 inch wheels, more like a solid rubber, and have firestone one the side.

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25 Feb 2022 09:32 #17582 by Geno
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Semi-pneumatic is the same design as your deck wheels, no air stem. They call them that because they are hollow in the middle and have a little flex to them, I think solid is a good term but they have a point that they are not solid because they have an air space between the rubber and metal. :)

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03 Mar 2022 07:55 #17604 by Duckthumper
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My endeavor with the wheels did not work out. Just going to sell them, I think.

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