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RR Performance

01-28-2014 09:33:52




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Can anyone tell me the thread size and pitch for the holes in the rear wheel hubs of a wc? Where the wheel bolts to the hub. Thank you.




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RR Performance

01-28-2014 13:35:49




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 Re: wc hub thread size in reply to RR Performance, 01-28-2014 09:33:52  
Thank you for the answer.
Ryan



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JMS/.MN

01-28-2014 12:54:03




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 Re: wc hub thread size in reply to RR Performance, 01-28-2014 09:33:52  
IIRC 5/8 coarse. Std coarse is 11 tpi? Not near my books or tractors. Heck, not even MN! Other end of the river.



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01-28-2014 13:10:29




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 Re: wc hub thread size in reply to JMS/.MN, 01-28-2014 12:54:03  
Now I know why it is getting so cold down south you drug it with you. You know there are a number of guys who think you should have left the cold up there



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JMS/.MN

01-28-2014 14:35:55




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 Re: wc hub thread size in reply to old, 01-28-2014 13:10:29  
I thought I did- it was minus 16 when I left it there last Tuesday. Currently freezing rain in NO! Parked for awhile.



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01-28-2014 14:39:52




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 Re: wc hub thread size in reply to JMS/.MN, 01-28-2014 14:35:55  
Hope your not driving around down there. Them people in the south once so much as a flake of snow hits the ground drive like they are in bumper cars and keeping between the ditch is impossible for them



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JMS/.MN

01-28-2014 19:45:48




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 Re: wc hub thread size in reply to old, 01-28-2014 14:39:52  
Tried to find a restaurant open for supper.......all closed within many miles, found a McD. Bought some groc this AM but wanted to save that for Wed if needed. Mostly cops and town utility folks on the road, just monitoring. Interstates closed down, lotsa other roads as well.



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01-28-2014 20:00:46




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 Re: wc hub thread size in reply to JMS/.MN, 01-28-2014 19:45:48  
Ya down in the south they get an inch of snow they close the road till it has gotten above freezing. Still remember a number of years back when a cop pulled my dad over for driving on a snow covered road with maybe 1-2 inches. My dad asked the cop why and he said road are not safe and may dad told him what the heck this is nothing compared to what we had in Minnesota. Cop said you from MN my dad said yes so the cop said go right ahead. Or another time my dad won a bet with home MS High way patrol. The roads had ice on them and my dad was teaching a criminal justice class with them. The y saw where he was parked and said there is not way your going to pull out of there with out spinning you back tires. My dad said you want to bet me on that?? They said yes. Well he did not spin his back tires but did spin the fronts a tad bit. He had borrowed my car which was front wheel drive. They lost the bet and had to pay up

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