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Re: PA Wheels (need some help)

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Tony in Mass.

08-14-2013 14:51:24

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Patience. Beer helps. On the ground, not vertical- Try to? Prop up? The center on a box or 2x4's but level in the rim, lay on the tire and reach in behind there and get the bolts started. Then find the track you will be satisfied with forever, and weld the s@b into place! Since you messed with those cams and wedges, all bets are off they will ever dog down and not go clunk clunk clunk or changing track on their own terms, driving you crazy forever. An unavoidable sore spot on AC's, something I try to avoid when looking at MF deals. except for wide bed veg or flower growers, I can't see why they are worth so much. Allow a lot of time for this project and good luck.

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08-14-2013 17:56:14

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 Re: PA Wheels (need some help) in reply to Tony in Mass., 08-14-2013 14:51:24  
Damn your right. I fixed my MF65 last year and then took it on a 40 mile ride. Mid-way through I heard clunk-clunk-clunk coming from the axle. I was nervous I was breaking something.

At one of the breaks I found out it was the cam locks that had come loose.

Now where is my welding rod?

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08-14-2013 16:13:15

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 Re: PA Wheels (need some help) in reply to Tony in Mass., 08-14-2013 14:51:24  
I thought having the PAW's would be neat but so far they are just a PIA !!!

maybe I can trade them with some one.

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Tony in Mass.

08-14-2013 18:39:47

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 Re: PA Wheels (need some help) in reply to s19438, 08-14-2013 16:13:15  

Just thought of it. Flat on the ground, put the center in the middle of the rim, on 2x4's or? Then put the cams and wedges on the rail. Get them in equal positions on the rail now start getting the carriage bolts to line up with your fingers between the 50 pound wheel center and the dirt.... see what I mean about needing beer for this job? Hey the rims are worth 3 or 4 times more than 6 loops, I'll bet someone will want to swap you. Let them figure it out!

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