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Are these duals hubs for an Allis?

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MN 123

05-09-2008 07:17:04




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I found a set of hubs which appear to be dual hubs for a tractor and someone metioned to me that they might be for an Allis. They have four holes, approx 11" on center for mounting to the inside rim. Then there are 9 studs on the outside for mounting one of those pressed steel wheel. They are marked Kalida and I have found that Unverferth is in this Kalida and they make wheel systems but can"t find any reference of these exact parts.

Have any of you guys seen things like this before? Do the Allis cast rims have 4 holes and roughly 11” spacing? I’m looking to get rid of them because I know they’ve got to be useful for something, but I have no idea what!

Thanks for the help

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roundman

05-11-2008 11:10:37




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 Re: Are these duals hubs for an Allis? in reply to MN 123, 05-09-2008 07:17:04  
Allis-Chalmers had dual hubs with 6 holes to bolt in place of the weights, the hubs were also tapered, yours look like they are straight



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180doug

05-11-2008 08:11:49




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 Re: Are these duals hubs for an Allis? in reply to MN 123, 05-09-2008 07:17:04  
They may be ;AC had some like that but they had 6 holes where it bolts to the casting on the wheel; Ill measure one ;Im interested if they are for sale



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