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23.1x26 tires on JD rims

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Fordfarmer

04-24-2010 09:23:24
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Anyone know if these would fit a NH 1400 combine? Can't tell you what model JD they're off of- auction bill just says they're from a JD combine. My 1400's tires have good tread, but deep cracks in the sidewalls. (original Goodyears from 1977) Would the pilot and lug holes be a standard pattern, or did each mfg'er have their own dimentions? Thanks.




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Fordfarmer

04-26-2010 11:12:34
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 Re: 23.1x26 tires on JD rims in reply to Fordfarmer, 04-24-2010 09:23:24  
Thanks for the info, guys. The way things went, I couldn't go to the sale anyway. It was today, and I ended up taking Luke to the hospital for x-rays, then running errands. Would be good to know for next time though.



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Mike Aylward

04-26-2010 10:24:28
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 Re: 23.1x26 tires on JD rims in reply to Fordfarmer, 04-24-2010 09:23:24  
Fordfarmer, I was always under the impression that the bolt pattern for the TR combines was the same as the 6600/7700 Deere combines. In fact, I was also told that NH used a Deere final drive in their TR combines. This is only hearsay on my part. If the bolt pattern on your combine is the same as a TR the wheels should bolt right on. Mike



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DeltaRed

04-25-2010 12:16:52
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 Re: 23.1x26 tires on JD rims in reply to Fordfarmer, 04-24-2010 09:23:24  
That size was usad on some 95 and 105s.The rims were not interchangable.95s used a steel disk and 8 lug bolts.105s used a centrless wheel/rim clamped to a cast hub/'wheel'similar to a large farm tractor



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haley

04-24-2010 17:18:02
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 Re: 23.1x26 tires on JD rims in reply to Fordfarmer, 04-24-2010 09:23:24  
Hey Fordfarmer,Measure your center pilot and distance between two studs and I will measure two 6600 J.D. wheels that I bought just to get the tires off of.They had 23.1x26 tires on them and the best I rember they are 8 lug.You better buy them if they are cheap cause a new tire(Goodyear) 8 ply will cost you about $800 each now.My local recycle yard buddy is saving and giving me every 23.1x26 tire he gets in.He says I am doing him a favor getting rid of the tires so he doesn,t have them laying all over the recycle yard.

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Fordfarmer

04-25-2010 14:13:57
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 Re: 23.1x26 tires on JD rims in reply to haley, 04-24-2010 17:18:02  

You've got a good friend at that recycling yard! I paid $150 each at Worthington Ag Parts for a couple of well-worn tires last fall, (and was quoted $900 for new) so I'd have them on hand, just in case. Local tire dealer doesn't stock this size, new or used. Would like to have a set (or even one) on a rim and ready. Kinda hard to measure the pilot hole, with that hub sticking in there, but seems to be about 8 1/2", with adjacent lugs 4 1/4" apart (or 10 3/4" lug to lug across the center) and 3/4" diameter lugs.

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haley

04-26-2010 17:04:23
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 Re: 23.1x26 tires on JD rims in reply to Fordfarmer, 04-25-2010 14:13:57  
Hey Fordfarmer, everything looks the same except my center measures 8 11/16.Your center would probably measure that if the hub was out so you could go straight accross.I forgot to measure stud diameter.Hope this helps.



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haley

04-25-2010 18:11:03
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 Re: 23.1x26 tires on JD rims in reply to Fordfarmer, 04-25-2010 14:13:57  
Fordfarmer, I will check my wheels in the morning and post what I find.



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tom stanley

04-24-2010 10:39:00
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 Re: 23.1x26 tires on JD rims in reply to Fordfarmer, 04-24-2010 09:23:24  
I have found that the rims off a IH 403 fit CASE combines as well as tractors the 8-hole wheel also went on a WD45 AC tractor as well never tried a NH but am assuming it will good luck Tom



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