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02-29-2008 18:32:52

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Hey Hobby Farm, what else do you know of that has the same 6 lug pattern on the rear that will fit a WC?
I've been looking for a long time for some lighter weight centers for my puller in 28", but I haven't had much success.
I've been told that Ford centers would work and just this week some one said the 30" wheels from a gleaner would work.
If the 30's will work I could use a little taller tire assembly. I just don't know these old ones like some of you guys do and you've always been on the mark with your answers.
Thanks for your help.

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03-10-2008 22:20:18

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 Re: WC wheels in reply to alliecat, 02-29-2008 18:32:52  
2" thick wheel adaptors? Custom make from 2" plate doughnuts with socket head bolts to the WC hubs. Drill and tap for 8"circle 8 bolt as WD or other wheel choice.
Having to go this route on my 6 bolt Case 320.

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03-03-2008 10:25:34

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 Re: WC wheels in reply to alliecat, 02-29-2008 18:32:52  
There is a company that sells 38's for WC's. A buddy of mine pulls 13.6 x 38 on his WC. Try the pulling board.

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03-02-2008 10:35:33

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 Re: WC wheels in reply to alliecat, 02-29-2008 18:32:52  
Allis sold WC with the cast center 28" designed to use an 11-28 tire. They also made a pressed steel wheel that was designed to use 13-24 tire. Both tires are the same diameter. I don't know how many of the latter were made but I do see them occasionally on EBay. My dad had one of each when I was growing up.

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03-01-2008 15:15:25

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 Re: WC wheels in reply to alliecat, 02-29-2008 18:32:52  
I have a factory made jig to make cut offs. It can be used to resize wheels also. You are welcome to use it free of charge if you are anywhere near NE IA. It makes them perfect, no wobble, and very easy to operate.

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03-01-2008 15:06:43

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 Re: WC wheels in reply to alliecat, 02-29-2008 18:32:52  
Sorry about the name I'm old too so I forget
I'm kinda looking forward to older age then I get to hide my own easter eggs
thanks for the info if you run across any steel centers you want to part with give me a shout

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03-01-2008 12:36:31

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 Re: WC wheels in reply to alliecat, 02-29-2008 18:32:52  
WC has a 6 bolt pattern, some F&H from IH will match, but still most of them were 28 inch or larger. I have some, could give you casting numbers, but you"d have to cut down the spokes to fit whatever rim you use. Don"t know if the Farmall Regular had smaller ones, or what pattern it would be. CA and C have different patterns, (5-8 hole?) and I don"t know of any Gleaner or JD combine in the last 40 years that had the 6 bolt WC pattern. Most old Gleaners had 8 hole, 26 inch tires, later ones are 10 hole 30 inch or bigger. Late thought after proofreading- I do have a reversed WC that had a pressed steel rim on one side- other was cast 28. Don"t know the source.

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03-01-2008 11:32:49

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 Re: WC wheels in reply to alliecat, 02-29-2008 18:32:52  
Wheels from an F-20 farmall will fit a WC.

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03-01-2008 04:46:42

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 Re: WC wheels in reply to alliecat, 02-29-2008 18:32:52  
Ca wheels will not fit f-20 wheels but they will be larger

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02-29-2008 20:57:51

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 Re: WC wheels in reply to alliecat, 02-29-2008 18:32:52  
Fords will not work BTDT and nope no way. I know a few combine wheels will fit but don't know which ones. If you want to pull go small and wide. Smaller tires lower gear ratio so you can run higher gears and do more with less RPMs. Shoot wheels from a CA might fit but not sure but I could find out since I just got one today from a CA. But the name is OLD the web site is hobby farm

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