Share your favorites on Show & Tell

old firestone wheel from what?

In Tools and Hardware > Show & Tell.
Tools and Hardware4101 of 5391Jewelers latheEarly Miner's Headlamp
8
Love it
1
Like it

fhrjr2fhrjr2 loves this.
gargoylecollectorgargoylecollector loves this.
AzTomAzTom loves this.
NiceficeNicefice loves this.
musikchoomusikchoo loves this.
packrat-placepackrat-place loves this.
mikielikesigns2mikielikesigns2 loves this.
AmphoraPotteryAmphoraPottery likes this.
PostRetroPostRetro loves this.
See 7 more
Add to collection

Please create an account, or Log in here

If you don't have an account, create one here.


Create a Show & TellReport as inappropriate



Posted 4 years ago

Email

ho2cultcha
(1979 items)

i found this a long time ago and have always wondered what it was from. maybe a go-cart or something like that?

Unsolved Mystery

Help us close this case. Add your knowledge below.

Comments

  1. walksoftly walksoftly, 4 years ago
    What's visible in the centre hole, does the rim look the same on the other side? If that is remnants of a bearing it could be from the front wheel of a cart, it has an automotive look to it, the four slots around the centre could have been for a hub cap.
  2. packrat-place packrat-place, 4 years ago
    Being a 10" tire, and the hole in the center, looks to be from an old wheelbarrow.
  3. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 4 years ago
    i have a lot of old wheelbarrows in my collection of garden stuff and it doesn't look at all right for any of those. it's much too narrow, which makes me think that it belongs to a pair, rather than a single-wheeled thingie. it has very little wear on it as well. i also think it has an automotive look to it, but who knows? i'll check the hub later when i get a moment.
  4. PostRetro PostRetro, 4 years ago
    I agree that the slots suggest a hubcap. Fancy pull wagon? Its pneumatic nature, what with the valve stem, makes me curious.
  5. mikielikesigns2 mikielikesigns2, 4 years ago
    when i first saw it i thought auto, with the metal spoke style wheels, after reading & a closer look, dont laugh, iv'e never seen one up close but, one of those "Shriner" cars you see at there circus's.............I told you not to laugh.
  6. musikchoo musikchoo, 4 years ago
    It could be a rear tire off of a high wheeled lawn mower with decorative hubcap.
  7. pw-collector pw-collector, 4 years ago
    Trikke: http://www.trikke.com, 3-wheel Carving Vehicles
    Trikke 10" x 2" tire
    http://www.trikke.com/hd_2/Parts-Accessories/Tire-10-x-2
    Just a guess,
    Dave
  8. DobbinDee70, 4 years ago
    I would say it is from sort of childs ridding toy . A peddle car , trike , wagon or scooter .
  9. AzTom AzTom, 8 months ago
    I would agree with DobbinDee70. It it the right size and the same wheel, they called them artillery style.
    I know BMC used tires marked Firestone but have never seen one with pneumatic tires.
    The old pedal car ads list them as semi-pneumatic although I remember seeing one that said balloon style.
    Great looking wheel!
  10. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 8 months ago
    Balloon Style???? Sounds like a lot of hot air to me! ;)
  11. AzTom AzTom, 8 months ago
    lol, I have Arcade toys that say "Arcade Balloon" on the tires and they are solid, go figure.
  12. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 8 months ago
    thanks PostRetro, Mikkie, musik, pw-collector, DobbinDee, flhrjr2, and AzTom!

Want to post a comment?

Create an account or login in order to post a comment.