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Maule tailwheel tire

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Jan 3, 2007
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I bought a couple of used Maule tailwheels to use on a Jr Ace i have on the back burner. I am going to build up one from the best parts...but both have ruined tires. Both are solid..both are different widths and i think neither are standard.
I see that the replacement solid tire is just under $70 at AC Spruce.

Before i order a replacement does anyone advise to use a different part?

I figure there are all kinds of optionsi dont know about...like the two
nonstandard tires used on the ones i bought. cant tell what they are..one is goodyear, one is really wide...both solid.

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