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tomstractorsandtoys

03-17-2015 08:38:18




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I am looking at a very late model AC forage wagon but a bad wheel bearing ruined the hub. The owner does not know alot about it and it is several hours away.Most likely a six to eight ton gear. Did AC have a large choice of gears? Did they share hubs? Any idea where to start looking for one? Thanks Tom




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Hayrack

03-22-2015 08:20:17




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 Re: AC wagon gear ? in reply to tomstractorsandtoys, 03-17-2015 08:38:18  
As stated, they were built by Electric and there were 3 models that I am aware of. I believe there was a 501, 701 and a 901. The 501 had 5 bolt hubs, the 701 had 6 bolt hubs, and the 901 had 8 bolt hubs. I have a 701 gear and it is identical to a 5026 Electric with the exception that the tie rods are behind the axle. Electric made gears for a lot of different companies including Montgomery Wards, Oliver, Case, and Allis Chalmers. It should be pretty easy to find a hub. If it is a 901 with the 8 bolt hubs, I have a couple laying around I would let go. Email is open.

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turklilley

03-18-2015 19:35:39




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 Re: AC wagon gear ? in reply to tomstractorsandtoys, 03-17-2015 08:38:18  
Wagon hubs are generic. Shoup Parts has them if you have a measurement.



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chad (mn)

03-17-2015 15:17:43




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 Re: AC wagon gear ? in reply to tomstractorsandtoys, 03-17-2015 08:38:18  
AC bought their gears from electric wheel company so maybe expand your search since electric made gears for many implement companies..... I would assume the hubs would be interchangeable.



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fastfarmall

03-17-2015 17:03:06




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 Re: AC wagon gear ? in reply to chad (mn), 03-17-2015 15:17:43  
Check with Pioneer Rim and Wheel, they have every axle diameter, hub, under the sun . Weld it on !



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