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Auto rims on A.C.??

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Hossman

07-13-2008 20:48:58




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Fellas, On a wd45 i recently bought the front rims are an auto/truck rim and was wonderin what rims these are as one of em is bent and will need replaced. I measured the hole centers on the wheel studs an they are 3 inch like a chevy, BUT the center hole is larger than my chevy rims i measured which have only 3 inch center hole. I think the rims on the front of tractor were maybe 3 1/4 inch center hole. figured someone out there would know as I have seen alot of the auto rims on the front of these ol gals before. Thanks for any help. Hoss

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roundman

07-20-2008 16:13:54




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 Re: Auto rims on A.C.?? in reply to Hossman, 07-13-2008 20:48:58  
We had a 53 Buick and the rims would fit on our WD45 and D-17



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D13

07-16-2008 09:00:41




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 Re: Auto rims on A.C.?? in reply to Hossman, 07-13-2008 20:48:58  
Late model Ford apace saver spares - Crown Vic, Ranger. Mine had Ranger aluminum wheels for a while - look weird without the center caps.



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Joe(TX)

07-15-2008 09:24:49




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 Re: Auto rims on A.C.?? in reply to Hossman, 07-13-2008 20:48:58  
The B and C tractor would have hubs with 4 1/2 5 hole bolt circle. That would be Ford and Dodge small pattern. Early Fords had a small center hole. later had the larger like Dodge. Chevy used a 4 3/4 bolt circle. Buick wer 5 in bolt circle.



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LenND

07-14-2008 17:42:12




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 Re: Auto rims on A.C.?? in reply to Hossman, 07-13-2008 20:48:58  
We had 16" wheels from a 46 Nash car on our 46 WC AC.



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Hossman

07-14-2008 06:05:01




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 Re: Auto rims on A.C.?? in reply to Hossman, 07-13-2008 20:48:58  
Thanks for the suggestions fellas. Hoss



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TexasAllis

07-14-2008 05:53:18




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 Re: Auto rims on A.C.?? in reply to Hossman, 07-13-2008 20:48:58  
The rims I have on my D-17 are early Dodge PU 5 bolt. Very few cars had rims with the large center hole.



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R Aiken

07-14-2008 05:06:03




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 Re: Auto rims on A.C.?? in reply to Hossman, 07-13-2008 20:48:58  
I have early 50's Buick 15" wheels on some of my tractors. They are a perfect fit for my D17, WD, Case SC, MH 101, it may be easyer to get the right wheels than Buicks.



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old

07-13-2008 21:26:16




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 Re: Auto rims on A.C.?? in reply to Hossman, 07-13-2008 20:48:58  
Might be a rim from a 4X4 truck as they would have the bigger center. Or it could be some from a trailer which again have the bigger centers



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