I have been watching the thread about wheel weights. I am appalled at the price for wheel weights and then there is the transportation. Hasn't anybody made any? Seems like you could cast some out of concrete using a cut rubber tire as a form.
Re: Home made wheel weights in reply to Bill Allis, 04-20-2014 06:22:43
About 35 years ago, my dad had an old 9N that someone did the concrete rear wheel weight option to. They used a large diameter galvanized/metal drainage pipe for the inside mold, then the outside of the mold was simply the inside of the wheel rim. This was all facing inwards. I don't remember how they worked out the six bolts to hold the rim to the center, or even if they were six-loop rims. Been a long time. I know they were unique, and about 10+ years after he sold the tractor and lost track of it, someone told us of a certain 9N they found that had these funny concrete weights inside the rear tire. We knew it was that tractor from the description...
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