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Allis Chalmers Discussion Forum
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WC 6 bolt rear hubs

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jhb

03-17-2008 12:59:40




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Where can I find WC 6 bolt rear hubs with or without 38 inch rims? Good rims not a necessity.
I can weld rims on. I am in East Central Iowa.




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JMS/.MN

03-17-2008 17:18:33




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 Re: WC 6 bolt rear hubs in reply to jhb, 03-17-2008 12:59:40  
I think there is a bit of confusion here- hubs, wheel centers, rims Three different things. Hub, six bolt, is the part on the tractor axle. Wheel center, is what bolts onto the hub. The center can be a spoke center with 24 inch rim, used on the unstyled WC, or a cast center that bolts to the hub, and matches to a 28 inch rim.



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jhb

03-17-2008 18:07:19




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 Re: WC 6 bolt rear hubs in reply to JMS/.MN, 03-17-2008 17:18:33  
No confusion. I need the hub and then I will weld my 38 rims on the spokes and go from there. With all the e-mails and calls I have received tonight there is no confusion. Thanks for all the contacts. Keep them coming.



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jhb

03-17-2008 18:06:44




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 Re: WC 6 bolt rear hubs in reply to JMS/.MN, 03-17-2008 17:18:33  
No confusion. I need the hub and then I will weld my 38 rims on the spokes and go from there. With all the e-mails and calls I have received tonight there is no confusion. Thanks for all the contacts.



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R Aiken

03-17-2008 15:38:24




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 Re: WC 6 bolt rear hubs in reply to jhb, 03-17-2008 12:59:40  
Are you looking for these to make your one wheels?
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jhb

03-18-2008 02:44:02




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 Re: WC 6 bolt rear hubs in reply to R Aiken, 03-17-2008 15:38:24  
I need the 6 hole pattern for a WC Allis Chalmers.



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Kip-Utah

03-17-2008 15:13:08




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 Re: WC 6 bolt rear hubs in reply to jhb, 03-17-2008 12:59:40  
38-early 39 WCs used a 24" pressed steel wheel, also F20/F30 Farmall spoke wheels will bolt on & they are 36". Kip



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jhb

03-18-2008 02:41:38




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 Re: WC 6 bolt rear hubs in reply to Kip-Utah, 03-17-2008 15:13:08  
Yes, I need the 6 hole hubs to fit a WC Allis Chalmers. The center hole is about 7 inches. What are the dimensions of this bolt pattern.
Jim Bradley, Dubuque, Iowa 563.590.0721



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old

03-17-2008 13:21:53




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 Re: WC 6 bolt rear hubs in reply to jhb, 03-17-2008 12:59:40  
All the wheel centers I have ever seen on a WC where cast iron and also the rim size for them where 28s not 38s. Or at least all of them I have ever seen where that way



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jhb

03-17-2008 14:24:25




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 Re: WC 6 bolt rear hubs in reply to old, 03-17-2008 13:21:53  
Looking for cut offs or combine hubs with the same 6 bolt pattern.



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