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Re: Painting tractors with the wheels off

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sflem849

08-12-2012 08:36:21
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Sorry...just realized I was using rims and wheel (for rim/wheel assembly) assembly interchangeably. :cry:
I am thinking of just setting the hubs on blocks and touching them up later. You will never see that spot because the rims will cover it.

Where did you get your jackstands? What size/weight rating? It seems 12 ton stands go to 30" and that is the most I have seen.




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CNKS

08-12-2012 08:49:29
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 Re: Painting tractors with the wheels off in reply to sflem849, 08-12-2012 08:36:21  
NAPA, don't remember the rating, but it is more than I will ever use, more than your WD9 also. They easily reach the axle on a H-560 without blocks. Maybe 8 years or so ago about $80 apiece if I remember right. Not much demand for them as the person who works there stopped me from driving off and said his boss lowered the price. I also have a pair that I have to put a 4 inch block under to get them to the axles. The small car stands I have are not safe.

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rtr

08-30-2012 08:59:31
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 Re: Painting tractors with the wheels off in reply to CNKS, 08-12-2012 08:49:29  
I use the jackstands from Harbor Frieght that are around $30-$40 a pair. Been using (3) sets of them for Farmall Cubs, Super A's, and 140's going on 4 years now and they work great. They look just like the orange and white one in the picture above. Only one of them has "messed up" on me. The latch is finicky on one of them becuase it had weight on it and the latch had gotten forced up. They seem to be good stands!

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