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Re: Axle mount hub adapter to take 9 bolt rims for Ford 9000.

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10-30-2012 16:48:49

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the dual hubs are pretty light as it is. I have a set on our 9000 for the duals. Maybe have some machined from billet aluminum. Do they make aluminum rims this size?

How much weight are you trying to save? If you dont need the PTO you might be able to drop the PTO gears out to save weight. Would have to check if anything needs to be supported in there. I assume this is your pulling tractor?

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10-30-2012 20:02:10

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 Re: Axle mount hub adapter to take 9 bolt rims for Ford 9000 in reply to jbirnsch, 10-30-2012 16:48:49  
Yes, This is the puller. I am thinking of dropping down to 7000 to pull in enhanced classes because there are very few coming out with the '66 and newer to pull in the heavy farm stock classes. I had it down to about 7500 when I was pulling in 8,000 by removing the hydraulics. My plan is to go down to 18.4s because I could shed about 400 lbs on the tires alone. I would rather not break down the tires/rims that I am on now in case I want to go back up. I was hoping that some one had hubs that would slide on and be held in place by a key.

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