Royse I know it's probably out of the question but what about the axles off a 9n mototug. I pretty sure they used a Ford truck wheel. A friend of mine has a couple that are restored and I think one more that is a parts machine. I believe they used 16'' wheels but Ford used the same bolt pattern for quiet a few different sizes. I've seen pictures with singles and duals on them. Or make some centers to fit what ever you can find. that's what I did when I built my LCG 8N to use the 16.1 wheels on the back
Re: Truck rims that fit a 9N/2N rear hub in reply to FLOLDFORD, 07-05-2013 14:40:28
The Ford-Ferguson Moto-Tug was designed on a 2N tractor but many of the special parts were supplied by outside vendors, not Ford, the wheels included. Rear wheels were 3.75 x 20 so I don't think they'll work. Besides, if you found a set of Moto-Tug rear wheels, their value is greater than cobbling them up to fit a regular tractor.
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