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D14 rims

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Howard Junkin

04-10-2014 07:46:44




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Can anyone tell me what other rear rims will bolt to my D14. IE ford 28" or allis wd rims

Thanks Howard




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WEL

04-11-2014 04:03:36




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 Re: D14 rims in reply to Howard Junkin, 04-10-2014 07:46:44  
I have 14.9X28 tires on my D14. Have had no issues at all. The D14 as well as the WD, WD45, D15, D17 and others all have 8 holes on an 8 inch bolt circle with a 6 inch center hole.



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Diydave

04-10-2014 17:12:16




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 Re: D14 rims in reply to Howard Junkin, 04-10-2014 07:46:44  
Don't think WD and other 28"s fit, bolt hole # difference. I know JD and other 26" combine rims work, you just need to make sure back spacing is right for your fenders.



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Eldon (WA)

04-10-2014 20:31:48




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 Re: D14 rims in reply to Diydave, 04-10-2014 17:12:16  
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Most 8 bolt rims with a 6" dia. hub will fit, including the WD, WD45, d17, 170-185 wheels. The problem is with the power adjust rims you cannot spin them all the way in or the tires will hit the fenders. I have a D15 with 28" paw and they have a 2" spacer to eliminate this problem.



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Diydave

04-11-2014 04:33:37




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 Re: D14 rims in reply to Eldon (WA), 04-10-2014 20:31:48  
you're right, Eldon, of course. I was thinkin of the D-10/12, DOH!



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JMS/.MN

04-10-2014 20:35:38




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 Re: D14 rims in reply to Eldon (WA), 04-10-2014 20:31:48  
I guess you could mount a permanent block on the last hole on the rail to keep the wheel from sliding too far.....



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Eldon (WA)

04-10-2014 20:45:29




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 Re: D14 rims in reply to JMS/.MN, 04-10-2014 20:35:38  
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Here is a pic of my D15. It has the factory "narrow" wide front option....I think it was set up for vineyard work. In this pic I put on a set of 18.4 x 28" rears just for fun....you can see I needed stop blocks about 3 holes out due to the 16" rims! Took it on a tractor drive....it scooted right along.

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Eldon (WA)

04-10-2014 20:49:30




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 Re: D14 rims in reply to Eldon (WA), 04-10-2014 20:45:29  
Here's a pic of the factory spacer....they are kind of hard to find, too.

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JMS/.MN

04-10-2014 08:42:00




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 Re: D14 rims in reply to Howard Junkin, 04-10-2014 07:46:44  
WD should fit. JD 45/55 combine and Case combines of that era, plus others? had 26 inch fixed rims (non-adjustable) of various widths with the same 8 bolt pattern. Make a cardboard template and visit salvage yards.



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