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Re: 9N with a 5 lug bolt pattern please help

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11-27-2012 15:26:58

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heres the pic

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11-27-2012 17:40:22

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 Re: 9N with a 5 lug bolt pattern please help in reply to bucky74, 11-27-2012 15:26:58  
That is a standard Ford Car rim used 1940 to 1948 and the bolt pattern is a standard 5 1/2" same as just about all 5 lug implement rins, you can get rims to put 14", 15" or 16" tires on there. Go to ant implement parts yard and you will probably find a lot of used ones. The hubs from the 1928 Model A car up to the last Ford car built in 1948 fit the 9-N spindals. I have 1936 to 1939 Ford hubs and wheels on a 41 9N and they are a large hub more like the orignal 19" wheel but 1/4" different in lug bolt spacing, then on a 44 2N I have the 16" conversion rims Dad bought new in about 1946 to replace the 19" as the 6:00 x 16" tire road a lot better on plowed ground than the 4:00 x 19" tire. The 1950 Mercury used that same bolt spacing on a 15" wheel and then the newer Ford trucks use that same size bolt pattern. I have extra of those rims that I do not use but if replacing then go buy a 5 lug rim for a wagon and I think you can get a wider tire on them. Not going out tonight in dark to measure tho.

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11-27-2012 15:39:37

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 Re: 9N with a 5 lug bolt pattern please help in reply to bucky74, 11-27-2012 15:26:58  
yeah,thats a Ford truck rim...easy to find in 15",not so easy in 16"...mine are 16"...came off a truck my grandfather had...he special ordered rims when he bought truck.
email me if you cant find any local.

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11-27-2012 16:08:36

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 Re: 9N with a 5 lug bolt pattern please help in reply to BCnT, 11-27-2012 15:39:37  
when looking how wide of rim can I go or does it matter if I have a fatter tire on the front. now it has the 6.00 x 16. we only use tractor to plow snow in winter. We live in Muskegon Mi.
other than that it sits in garage.

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11-27-2012 16:57:18

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 Re: 9N with a 5 lug bolt pattern please help in reply to bucky74, 11-27-2012 16:08:36  
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BCnT has you on the right track.

It's a truck rim and tire, can't go to wide or they'll rub unless spaced or turned backwards.

Original tires were 4 x 19.

You can also get two matching 15 inch rims and use them, or just repair that one.

If they rust out I weld a patch over it and grind it smooth.

If it's around the stem, I patch it shut and drill another hole somewhere else around the rim.

I'm near Ionia, MI, pretty much the same wonderful winters. :)

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11-27-2012 15:43:31

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 Re: 9N with a 5 lug bolt pattern please help in reply to BCnT, 11-27-2012 15:39:37  
Okay thank you, What years should I be looking up to and also thank you for your help and if I cant find locally I will email you.

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11-27-2012 16:30:01

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 Re: 9N with a 5 lug bolt pattern please help in reply to bucky74, 11-27-2012 15:43:31  
probably 40's, 50's,real early 60...i wouldnt go any wider than 6" rim...any wider and you'll have to space rim away from hub.
somebody may correct me,but those hubs prob came off a truck...previous owner may have had a reason to want same wheels on multiple equipment...the correct hubs/wheels are everywhere and cheap.

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