Henry Abe Rims


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RonRacer
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Henry Abe Rims

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Hey guys,
Long time listener, first time caller :lol:
I've been rebuilding my grandfathers old 78 Goldwing. The rear rim was bent so I hastily bought a Henry Abe seven star mag wheel to replace it. Love the look, but when I went to put it on I noticed it didn't have all the pieces needed to put it on i.e. it was just the drum....
The shop I use couldn't find the either so I'm coming here for some help. I'm trying to get name and part number for what I'm guessing are the balancers that are pressed into the rim. Is that what they are called??


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a Picture is worth 10,000 words.

have no clue what you are talking about?
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I honestly need to Google what a Henry Abe wheel looks like.


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