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820 rear wheels

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johndeeregreg

01-03-2018 12:31:55




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any one have hubs and rims and tires to switch an 820 2 cylinder from 18.4 34 tires to 23.1 26 tires?




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430WLPG

01-04-2018 16:59:55




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 Re: 820 rear wheels in reply to johndeeregreg, 01-03-2018 12:31:55  
I have good pair of wheels off 105



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mdross

01-04-2018 02:57:11




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 Re: 820 rear wheels in reply to johndeeregreg, 01-03-2018 12:31:55  
What are the rim widths on your 18.4's I'm setting my 70 up with 18.4 - 34's and hear that 16" wide rims for the 18.4's. Mine is a puller so want all the tread flat on the ground.



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rick deere

01-04-2018 03:28:59




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 Re: 820 rear wheels in reply to mdross, 01-04-2018 02:57:11  
I have centers and 16in drop center rims by 34, came off a 730jd wanting to get rid of cheap. email is open. will sell all or just rims.



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mdross

01-05-2018 06:21:59




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 Re: 820 rear wheels in reply to rick deere, 01-04-2018 03:28:59  
You have 34" centers as well? What are the drop center rims and what kind of shape are they in?



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rick deere

01-06-2018 17:45:01




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 Re: 820 rear wheels in reply to mdross, 01-05-2018 06:21:59  
look in a john deere book they are in very good condition. drop center means not double bevel. an A or B has drop center. But these were on a 730 and that's why you need the correct cast centers



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jd2cylman

01-03-2018 18:19:42




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 Re: 820 rear wheels in reply to johndeeregreg, 01-03-2018 12:31:55  
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The rims might, but the hubs won't. The parts book for the 105 show a taper axle, but only 1 key, not splined like the 80, 820, 830.



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Andy P

01-03-2018 17:31:58




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 Re: 820 rear wheels in reply to johndeeregreg, 01-03-2018 12:31:55  
I was told years ago that you could take the wheels and hubs off 105 JD combine and they would fit on the 80 820 830.



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jd2cylman

01-03-2018 15:54:36




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 Re: 820 rear wheels in reply to johndeeregreg, 01-03-2018 12:31:55  
If you're serious about doing this, I'd spend the extra money for the R2522R hubs instead of the R1600R hubs. The R2522R hubs are offset 4" more, allowing you to use a 20" rim dished inward. With the R1600R hubs and a 20" rim(which the 23.1x26 tire is designed for, and looks much better on), you can only install them dished out. Makes the tractor 10' 6" wide to outside edges of the tires. A little wide for hauling. I bought a set of R2522R hubs 20 years ago for $525.00. I then used new 20" Titan deep well rims and welded on my own drive lugs for new Firestone tires. Dished in the tractor was down to 8' 6". A real space saver in the machine shed. Keep in mind if you're plowing, you'll be better off "on land" as the 23.1 will not fit well in a 14" or 16" furrow.

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david from kansas

01-03-2018 13:56:48




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 Re: 820 rear wheels in reply to johndeeregreg, 01-03-2018 12:31:55  
Finding wheels and rims will be the problem. Those 26" tires are plentiful around here as they were real popular on some of the older combines.



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johndeeregreg

01-03-2018 12:39:01




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 Re: 820 rear wheels in reply to johndeeregreg, 01-03-2018 12:31:55  
also does anyone have experience with alpha rear tractor tires?



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