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10-30-2012 14:30:51

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Farmall A, B & C has loop front rims & some has wedge type. The question is which is older loop or wedges

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Jim Becker

10-31-2012 12:20:56

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 Re: Farmall in reply to BARRY HOWARD, 10-30-2012 14:30:51  
You are right. Generally the adjustable rims don't give you much if you already have the adjustable axle. But they do give you widths between what you get from just the axle and you can go as much as 6 inches wider than you can with only the axle adjustment.

I don't think the 16-inch rims were made with loose lugs either. So you needed to go with adjustable rims to get 6.00x16 tires.

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gene bender

10-31-2012 01:41:16

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 Re: Farmall in reply to BARRY HOWARD, 10-30-2012 14:30:51  
Older has nothing to do with the type. Ive always wondered why on the A why did they leave the factory with adjustable rims and the hubs must have been a supply problem cause why adjustable rim on an adjustable wide front.

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10-30-2012 14:37:27

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 Re: Farmall in reply to BARRY HOWARD, 10-30-2012 14:30:51  
Loop style is adjustable for different row spacings. Wedge style is non-adjustable. I think the wedge style was standard. Loop style was optional at extra cost. Far as I know, both were available at the same time.

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