Hello Jim , I was unaware of the Ferguson lug nuts because of the lack of them in my area and I have not even seen a Fergy with pie weights on it , so I know you will not find a set of plates out here . The Industrial lug nuts I was speaking about are larger than 1 1/8 , I think they are the same size as 5000 lug nuts because Ford used them on the new wheels centers for the Industrials in 1964 and 1965 trying to keep the lugs from loosening on the Loader/Backhoes . Thanks Tony
Re: Pie weight Nuts in reply to TONY JACOBS, 03-29-2013 06:15:20
I've never seen pie weights on a Fergy either and I'm beginning to wonder if any sets were ever made for a Ferguson. But I know the purple extenders came off a Ferguson so they must have been there for a reason. Maybe for something else like a dual wheel setup, etc. Now that I know the rear bolt circle is smaller than that of a Ford, I know that none of the weight mounting plates I have will work.
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