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9N tractor rims

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03-09-2011 10:58:21

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I inherited a 9N from my dad & have finally got it going again. I need new front rims & tires, but am having problems finding replacements that I can afford. Is it possible to use different rims & tires if I change out the hub assembly? And if so, any suggestions? Thanks for the advice--

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03-12-2011 20:52:58

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 Re: 9N tractor rims in reply to Errin OH, 03-09-2011 10:58:21  

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03-12-2011 20:51:12

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 Re: 9N tractor rims in reply to Carri, 03-09-2011 10:58:21  
i have a near complete 194? tractor minus the engine and a few parts+ a broken bell housing....
short story is...wife wants it gone out of the yard. if you need the front end parts i have them, hit me up. i can give you phone number and make a deal on them, i hate to see them go to the metal scrap yard... but she will win ...with time...

i have a 1942 with the front & rear lugnut pattern, i-beam radius arms, and the button head bolts to the drum brakes are the same as the donor tractor.
give me a call, my cell is 405-488-7919 i will work on a total price to save the part from being scraped.

the front tires are 19x4

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03-09-2011 14:59:37

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 Re: 9N tractor rims in reply to Carri, 03-09-2011 10:58:21  
These come up on ebay frequently. My experience is that steering is easier with the 19x4 tires.

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BDT in Minnesota

03-09-2011 13:28:05

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 Re: 9N tractor rims in reply to Carri, 03-09-2011 10:58:21  
look in the upper left hand corner of this YT screen.. classified ads... wouldn't hurt to place a want ad for a pair of wheels and tires.

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03-09-2011 12:09:40

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 Re: 9N tractor rims in reply to Carri, 03-09-2011 10:58:21  
1936-1939 ford, mercury, and light ford truck front hubs will fit on botn 8n and 9n front spindles, keep in mind that the passenger car/light truck front hubs also had the brake drums and hubs cast as one piece the drums on these can be turned off on a lathe to make them appear very similar to the originals, you will have to use 36-39 ford wheels on these as the bolt circle is different from tractor to car/ light truck.

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03-09-2011 11:05:30

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 Re: 9N tractor rims in reply to Carri, 03-09-2011 10:58:21  
you can put 8n FRONT hubs on the 9n.. it's a direct swap.. and then use common implement rims.. however.. by the time you swap hubs AND buy rims .. I think it will be a wash vs just buying new front rims to fit a 9n.

8n front hubs are 65$ each, and 16" rims are about 55$ each.. plus shipping

9n front rims are 117$ each plus shipping. you will pay about 3$ more for teh hubs and rims.. PLUS pay extra on shipping... thus making the swap cost a lil more as I said.

if you ALREADY had salvageable front 16" rims or 8n hubs off a perter or soemthing.. then yeah..

ps.. some 30's ford car/truck hubs will ALSO fit the N.. but i don't have a list of what will or won't fit.

those were prices from this site.


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Bruce (VA)

03-09-2011 11:00:37

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 Re: 9N tractor rims in reply to Carri, 03-09-2011 10:58:21  
8N hubs will fit just fine. I think it will be cheaper to find replacement rims though. If you change the hubs, you will still need to buy rims.

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03-09-2011 11:06:20

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 Re: 9N tractor rims in reply to Bruce (VA), 03-09-2011 11:00:37  
ditto that .. I ran the #'s.. costs 3$ plus shipping more to do hubs and rims...


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03-09-2011 11:43:35

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 Re: 9N tractor rims in reply to soundguy, 03-09-2011 11:06:20  
I appreciate the help--

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