Re: weight of cast vs. steel wheels - JD in reply to 720 puller, 02-14-2013 15:50:29
720 puller that's what I was wondering... Let me ask you this, was it beneficial for pulling? Are you better off being able to move the weight around? This is a direct swap if the wheels are from say a '45 A or similar right?
Re: weight of cast vs. steel wheels - JD in reply to clint skarovsky, 02-14-2013 17:10:55
Before the swap I only had 140 lbs. to hold my front end down. If the scales were off a little I would stand it up at 5500 lbs. For me it was beneficial, it gave me more weight to balance out my tractor. My goal was to go to 4500lbs. , but I did not remove anything else and did not keep the tractor.
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