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Wheels on John Deere 530

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pohldan

02-14-2018 06:16:35




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Hey Everyone,
I am in the process of rebuilding a John Deere 530. Several of you answered some questions for me over the last few months that I really appreciate. I am not remounting the tires/wheels and have 2 questions on mounting the rim or center weight to the actual tire or tire rim. I know I need to tighten the 8 bolts uniformly meaning I should tighten in a crosswise pattern to be sure they are pulled uniformly. I did that but it still seems like the center rim or weight is 1/8" off in places so not sure if that is uniform enough or not. I am just measuring the distance from the center rim is from the grove on the tire rim.

also, how tight should I get these 8 bolts? is 150lbs torque enough?

thank you

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fixerupper

02-14-2018 20:11:59




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 Re: Wheels on John Deere 530 in reply to pohldan, 02-14-2018 06:16:35  
1/8” wobble is a pittance. I wouldn’t worry about it.



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donjr

02-14-2018 19:26:45




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 Re: Wheels on John Deere 530 in reply to pohldan, 02-14-2018 06:16:35  
I usually jack the side I'm working on and use a block along the side to adjust the clamps to where they are even. That way, I can turn the wheel by hand to see where I need to still tweak.....



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Tim S

02-14-2018 09:08:25




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 Re: Wheels on John Deere 530 in reply to pohldan, 02-14-2018 06:16:35  
You can make them run straight,,To start with wire wheel your clamps clean,,along with the bolts,,(use new bolts and nuts if you can) start your bolts even (like with a full nut),,give them a few turns each in a cris-cross pattern,,as they get firm lay a block of wood down beside the wheel and rotate the wheel to see how straight it is,,I use a tire crayon and let it rub where it is too close,, then tighten the one where the crayon did not rub a bit more,,every now and then as you tighten hit the clamps with a hammer to let then work into place,,this method will let you get the straight.

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Mike M

02-14-2018 07:26:42




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 Re: Wheels on John Deere 530 in reply to pohldan, 02-14-2018 06:16:35  
They usually are not going to run true. I can't remember if there is a torque spec. on them or not ? But make sure you tighten them and then run it some and keep rechecking them. Same with the center bolts. Once tight you will not gain any more on them.



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PJH

02-14-2018 07:14:53




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 Re: Wheels on John Deere 530 in reply to pohldan, 02-14-2018 06:16:35  
I broke one of those rim clamps - I didn't think I had tightened it "that much" but I guess I did.

I like to bring them all up a little at a time. Obviously not an expert, (see the previous sentence) but it looks like you could egg shape the rim pretty easily.



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DeltaRed

02-14-2018 06:58:15




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 Re: Wheels on John Deere 530 in reply to pohldan, 02-14-2018 06:16:35  
Ok for a slow moveing farm tractor.If you still aren't happy,you can work it a bit to get it closer. 150 should be enough. I just take my impact and rattle them TIGHT.



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