19″ Pre Unit Triumph Front Wheel
- 7″ hub
- Original Dunlop steel rim.
- Hub w938
- Drum brake W940
- Wheel rim W351
This original front wheel, less internal brake fittings, belongs to a friend. I thought it might suit my 1947 Triumph 3T DeLuxe. However, it seems that the hub is from 1951-on. So, I am offering it on his behalf.
As you can see, it’s a used original WM2-19 Dunlop steel rim. The part number for the rim is W351. Triumph may have used the rim pre-war but it is certainly listed in parts books from 1946 on to about 1964. The hub part number is W938 and seems to be shown in the parts books from 1951 to 1956 (possibly other years). The brake drum #W940 shows as being only between 1951 and 1956.
As the brake drum is listed over the shorter span, I will list the models that it was supplied for:
- 1951 – 3T, 5T, 6T, T100
- 1952 – 5t, 6T, T100
- 1953 – 5T, 5T, T100
- 1954 – 5T, 6T
- 1955 – 5T, 6T
- 1956 – 5T, 6T
It’s a decent front wheel that would do with a clean. However, it’s a usable wheel.
So, if you need a Pre Unit Triumph Front Wheel, 1951-1956, 7″ hub measuring WM2-19 and on the original Dunlop steel rim, then here’s your chance.
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