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WD45 Spin out Rim Popping???

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Farmall M Beginner

02-10-2011 20:18:31




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I have a reversed WD45 with a Farmhand F11 loader.
When ever I lift a heavy load or drag trees the right wheel makes a "Popping" sound? it is like the spin out rim slips or something. Now it is getting worse and it is popping when I'm not using the loader or pulling anything. I tried tightening the rim but it was tight?
would any one know know what is wrong?
Thanks for any info

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budanut

02-17-2011 16:52:11




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 Re: WD45 Spin out Rim Popping??? in reply to Farmall M Beginner, 02-10-2011 20:18:31  
Put a piece of hacksaw blade between the ecentric and the rail and then tighten up.



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Farmall M Beginner

02-13-2011 20:19:56




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 Re: WD45 Spin out Rim Popping??? in reply to Farmall M Beginner, 02-10-2011 20:18:31  
I have also thought about welding the rim in place?
but then there is the issue of if I ever need to get the rim off of the wheel.
Thanks for the advice



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rogerdoger-plowboy

02-13-2011 20:02:26




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 Re: WD45 Spin out Rim Popping??? in reply to Farmall M Beginner, 02-10-2011 20:18:31  
you could slide the rims all the way in and then put the wheels on backwards



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BushogPapa

02-11-2011 09:24:03




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 Re: WD45 Spin out Rim Popping??? in reply to Farmall M Beginner, 02-10-2011 20:18:31  
There is only ONE "Stop" on each side of the one rail, right..??

The eccentrics should be turned all the way over until they stop..if they are, good..

Not sure if more than one rail is drilled for the "Stops".. Not uncommon to hear the rail shift some..I would say normal...the "STOPs" are what keeps the wheel from sliding on the rails.. You might just oil the cams and rails and shift the wheel in and out some to work the oil in and then set them back out..you won't hear them shift and move..!!

Ron..

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Sid

02-11-2011 07:53:40




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 Re: WD45 Spin out Rim Popping??? in reply to Farmall M Beginner, 02-10-2011 20:18:31  
Have you made sure the wheel lugs are tight on the hub?



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Farmall M Beginner

02-11-2011 07:14:48




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 Re: WD45 Spin out Rim Popping??? in reply to Farmall M Beginner, 02-10-2011 20:18:31  
With the loader on it the wheels are as wide as they will go and they can't come in any more because of braces,
I will try building them up or something.
Thanks for every ones help.
Thanks,
Coyote Green



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Eldon (WA)

02-11-2011 09:34:47




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 Re: WD45 Spin out Rim Popping??? in reply to Farmall M Beginner, 02-11-2011 07:14:48  
You can also swap wheels and rims from side to side. This will get the eccentrics on the opposite side of the rail (which might not be worn as much - if you find it to be a rail problem). The valve stems would just be on the inside, is all.



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thebigyellowtruck

02-10-2011 21:04:05




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 Re: WD45 Spin out Rim Popping??? in reply to Farmall M Beginner, 02-10-2011 20:18:31  
you could just switch to a combine rim and not have to deal with the spin out rim wearing out. That is what i just did on my wd. less hassle. case combine rims bolt right up.



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JMS/.MN

02-10-2011 20:51:37




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 Re: WD45 Spin out Rim Popping??? in reply to Farmall M Beginner, 02-10-2011 20:18:31  
It is from wear, either on the rails where the clamp makes contact with the rim, or the contact lug itself, in the clamp, is worn. Try resetting the wheels one step wider or narrower- you should be able to see the wear on the rail, and the new spot should be tight. To repair, you could dismount the tires and build up the rail with weld, then grind smooth. With the reversed loader, you have greatly increased traction, and that increases the wear on the rails. BTW- I like the steering setup on there- I have a couple of those units from IH combines, with the same intended purpose.

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Eldon (WA)

02-10-2011 20:48:45




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 Re: WD45 Spin out Rim Popping??? in reply to Farmall M Beginner, 02-10-2011 20:18:31  
Try moving the wheel in or out one hole. Sometimes the rails get worn in one spot. If that doesn't work, take out the little "saddles" on the eccentrics and build them up with a little weld.



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