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Spokes on rubber?

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I love the looks of spoke wheels on rubber tires but I think I'll need to buy another tractor for it to be "correct". Does anybody know what the last year was that they were available as an option on the model "A" and the "G"?
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For the most part Jason is correct. But, there were a few war time tractors that had spokes. They are kinda rare though.

There is nothing like a 34-37 A with factory round spokes and new tires and fenders. I love em'.

Here is a pic of my buddy's 34 A he just finished adding the optional duals and motometer to.

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He searched for 2 years for pieces and parts to put them together. A clamp here..A clamp there.

Here are a couple more pics for you all.

1st one is another view of the A with the optional headlight setup.

These two pics are of the KW generating unit that powers the light

This pic is of the radiator moto meter. It's like what was used on cars in the 20-30's. It's like a temperature gauge.

Here's a pic of his 35 B that has the optional lighting equipment also. He is working on putting a set of duals together for it now.

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