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02-18-2008 15:53:27

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will farmall cub wheels bolt onto the centers on a B tractor

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 Re: b wheels in reply to mawc, 02-18-2008 15:53:27  
Rim #RW10244 is a 10 inch rim for some Farmalls that I got from AI products. As previously stated, with a little effort I got them on my C. Only thing is I should have drilled holes in the opposite side of rims for the valve stem! I have 8 inch rims from the same supplier on my B. I can't recall the number, but it was similar to the above referenced number. And also as previously stated on this subject they hold tight!

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02-19-2008 00:40:29

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 Re: b wheels in reply to mawc, 02-18-2008 15:53:27  
I'm running a pair of IHC A/B rear 24 inch rims on my one AC C. If I remember right, the bolt spacing was maybe as much as 1/4 inch different, but the slop in the holes and a little force put them together. IF I remember right, the IH rim bosses will not clear the final drives if on the inside of the wheel plates on the ACs, but work ok on the outside of the wheel plate. Mine have been used on the C for over 10 years. And the tire and rim has never come loose and fallen off like AC cam lugs have been known to do.

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02-18-2008 17:06:28

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 Re: b wheels in reply to mawc, 02-18-2008 15:53:27  
how about a farmall A rear wheel

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02-18-2008 17:48:23

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 Re: b wheels in reply to mawc, 02-18-2008 17:06:28  
Wheels off a Farmall B will bolt right on so ones from an A should also

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02-18-2008 16:13:03

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 Re: b wheels in reply to mawc, 02-18-2008 15:53:27  
No the pattern is slightly smaller on the Cub tried it to bring home a parts B, worked to get it on the trailer but thats about it.

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