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I need a diagram for front and rear wheel spokes to be reinstalled on 1956 harley davidson hummer

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As far as I know, a Hummer wheel laces just like any other wheel. But, if you'll contact me directly, I'll see if I can round up an original manual and scan what you need and send it to you. Contact me at


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