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Farmall rims

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09-11-2017 18:45:54

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I posted this in the farmall section also but I am restoring an h and the front rims were not in good condition. I found some at a salvage yard I. Good shape but my question is do the clamp style rims need something welded to the rim on each side of the clamps?

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gene bender

09-12-2017 06:44:34

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 Re: Farmall rims in reply to mcrow4117, 09-11-2017 18:45:54  
I have found some that had a small piece added to the rim that the notch for the center cast to fit only one place was all that was needed. Came from factory that way i dont remember who made those rims as lots of rims did have the manufactures logo on the inside of the rim.

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09-11-2017 20:14:14

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 Re: Farmall rims in reply to mcrow4117, 09-11-2017 18:45:54  
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That was my thoughts as well. But wanted to make sure. Thanks

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Fritz Maurer

09-11-2017 20:12:27

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 Re: Farmall rims in reply to mcrow4117, 09-11-2017 18:45:54  
Its a little bit of overkill. There's no reason for the rim to rotate on the hub unless the lugs are allowed to get loose. I have seen it done, though. Depends whether you like the looks of them or not.

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