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Model C rear rims loop style

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Tom from Northern WI

09-02-2010 20:04:31




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Does anyone know what the distance is between the bolts on a C? The loop rim I bought is 20.25" but my tractor and the rim I'm replacing are around 19.5" the company I'm dealing with is telling me they don't know of any 24" rims that are made for any size other than 20.25" but that can't be true since the rim I'm replacing was 19.5" measured center to center across the rim




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Ralph 1111

09-03-2010 16:51:56




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 Re: Model C rear rims loop style in reply to Tom from Northern WI, 09-02-2010 20:04:31  
HI Tom
Just measured my c and you are correct their are 19.5 inches. mine had a loop rim on it when i bought it that fit fine .
Ralph



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Tom from Northern WI

09-03-2010 22:55:28




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 Re: Model C rear rims loop style in reply to Ralph 1111, 09-03-2010 16:51:56  
ya, mine did as well, though it's a different size from the new one. thanks for measuring



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bg/mo

09-03-2010 06:50:51




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 Re: Model C rear rims loop style in reply to Tom from Northern WI, 09-02-2010 20:04:31  
you do have a rim for a farmall A or B right?



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Tom from Northern WI

09-03-2010 07:27:34




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 Re: Model C rear rims loop style in reply to bg/mo, 09-03-2010 06:50:51  
I have a rim that the parts company said would fit. "Universal" 8x24 loop rim. But it doesn't fit the C



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Butch(OH)

09-03-2010 04:43:46




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 Re: Model C rear rims loop style in reply to Tom from Northern WI, 09-02-2010 20:04:31  
To my knowledgethere is no differnce in model C rear wheel bolt patterns, all the same. Loop rims are all the same too. We had a parts tractor that had loop rims and it seems to me that there was a bit of "fudging" involved to mount them about like you said, 3/4" and we had to angle the bolts and knock them in.



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Tom from Northern WI

09-03-2010 05:44:35




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 Re: Model C rear rims loop style in reply to Butch(OH), 09-03-2010 04:43:46  
Well they must have changed something in the last 15-20 years in the loop rims because the one I'm replacing is about that old and it is the right bolt pattern, these new ones are a larger diameter bolt pattern, if all of them are the same I guess I'll have to go back to a bump rim. Probly a better rim anyway



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Butch(OH)

09-03-2010 07:29:04




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 Re: Model C rear rims loop style in reply to Tom from Northern WI, 09-03-2010 05:44:35  
It could be that at one time there was differnt loop rims I dont know? But now there is just one type available. Seems like Dick's experiance with them on an Allis is the same as mine, have to fudge things just a bit so they work.



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Dick L

09-03-2010 07:06:49




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 Re: Model C rear rims loop style in reply to Tom from Northern WI, 09-03-2010 05:44:35  
I would guess there is more than one manufacturer of the loop rims. I bought 4 at Yoder and Fry in Archbold Ohio a few years back and bought two tractors that had the loop rims on them. The ones I took off tractors had to have a bolt of two driven out. I have always put them on and taken them off without question. I never force anything when removing or installing it or them. I just get a bigger hammer.

In reading your posts I would guess that your best bet would be to get the clamp on type rims.

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Tom from Northern WI

09-03-2010 07:29:53




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 Re: Model C rear rims loop style in reply to Dick L, 09-03-2010 07:06:49  
ya I probably will, I wanted to save money by buying the loop rim because it's alot cheaper, plus I will need 2 eccentric rim clamps, so loop rim is much cheaper if I could find the right size.



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old

09-03-2010 08:26:10




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 Re: Model C rear rims loop style in reply to Tom from Northern WI, 09-03-2010 07:29:53  
As I said before I think you just got some junk china stuff. I know a place like valu-bilt has them as will a good number of other places and I know the farmall rims work because I use them



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old

09-03-2010 08:25:56




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 Re: Model C rear rims loop style in reply to Tom from Northern WI, 09-03-2010 07:29:53  
As I said before I think you just got some junk china stuff. I know a place like valu-bilt has them as will a good number of other places and I know the farmall rims work because I use them



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