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Old 01-26-2010
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I may have found an extra wheel and tire for my 78 35FC. The problem is the bird is in Virginia and I am in Canada. The PO's representative is willing to look at the wheels for me. Is there any quick way for an uninitiated 3rd party to tell the difference between a hub piloted and stud piloted wheel? Or, can someone tell me most definitely which is present on my 78? Thanks so much and Happy Birthday, Lynn and Glenn.
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Thanks, Stephen. Saved some money this time. Regards, Lynn and Glenn.
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