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    Hello
    do you know that wheel ?
    thanks for answers
    cordially
    Didier

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    Hehehehe....
    I know this wheel,Didier......I've already seen it somewhere else,hehe...
    Seriously,i don't think it's a military relic.Imo,something related with farms machines or firefighters tools
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    Kettenkrad track wheel maybe.There were a few diffrent spoke arrangements for these .
    Only a punt.

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    Hello Seb
    not sure
    I think fire tools generally made in wood...
    cordially
    Didier

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    As a former firefighter,i do confirm that the wood was the main material,until we realised it could burn,hehehe.
    The detail that amaze me are the 4 holes in the wheel.Not enough resistant to connect firmly a wheel for a military use..Just my 2 cents..

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    I've checked and it's not a Kettenkrad track wheel as they only had one retaining nut not 4 stud holes.
    Worth a look.
    Last edited by Thanatos; 01-23-2012 at 10:29 AM. Reason: grammer

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    thanks Thanatos
    cordially
    Didier

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    Definately civilian for me.It's not designed strongly enough(at least for the attaches...) to be a military device

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