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AG in IN
If you can't come up with long enough hubs to get your axle-mounted dual wheels spaced where you want them, Unverferth and others made 9-bolt extensions in a couple of different lengths. Bolt extension to hub and wheel to extension. Sometimes you need an extension if the dual wheel centers are not dished where you need them to be.
Dad's 806 with clamp type inner wheels probably cracked a wheel every 5 years when he used to have clamp-ons on it. Every couple of years it was off to Leesburg or Bates to get a wheel. His 1256 with wedge-lock wheels probably got worked harder, and never broke a wheel with clamp-ons. Other than a hub coming loose once, I don't remember having any problems with axle mount duals.
This post was edited by AG in IN at 17:26:59 02/24/13 2 times.
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