It had 13" when I bought it. The only reason I was looking for another 13; I did not want to buy two rims. So, if I have to buy a couple of rims do I just look for a 6on6 hole, 15" implement rims? Is the 4 5/8" center standard?
By the way, when you say 14 , 15, & 16" this is the same as the "R" number on a car tire, eg. if I get a 15" rim I can use an auto 215/65R15?
Re: Front wheel in reply to Hennessey, 08-26-2013 16:23:44
Yes, if you buy 15" rims the 215/65R15 tire will fit. I bought 15"x6" implement wheels for my 8N and mounted 225/70R15 tires on them. I shopped around and got brand new rims for $55 each with free shipping.
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