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1950 model C Allice

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Crazeyladyfarms

12-23-2016 00:55:02




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Ok I have a 1950 model Alice it's a famley thing I got given to me to restore well when I unloaded it one rim broke then the other one when trying to get it in the barn I have found new / used rims mounted tires e t but can't figure how to get the Rims back on the tractor I found the two cam bolts and two straight ones and just can't seem to get it to go together so I'm asking how do they go together is there a special way to assemble them??

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Crazeyladyfarms

12-23-2016 06:38:33




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 Re: 1950 model C Allice in reply to Crazeyladyfarms, 12-23-2016 00:55:02  
Ok thanks for all the information and next time I will try to get photos on my problems and there will be more is sure today I will try to get them u and on thanks again



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Crazeyladyfarms

12-23-2016 06:34:59




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 Re: 1950 model C Allice in reply to Crazeyladyfarms, 12-23-2016 00:55:02  
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Ok I have the ones that the complete bump all the way around



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Ted J

12-23-2016 05:16:16




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 Re: 1950 model C Allice in reply to Crazeyladyfarms, 12-23-2016 00:55:02  
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The two plain straight ones go next to each other, the cam locks go next to each other. As Aaron says, put the plain ones up (toward the top) at approximately 10 & 2 o'clock. Put the rim over them. What rim do you have? Ones with a complete 'bump' all the way around? Or the rim with 4 different bumps? Pictures would help.... There are also rims that have a kind of hook that bolts go through. We need to know what type rims you have procured.

The cam locks then would go down at the 4 & 8 o'clock area. On the back side of the cam locks you will see a cross on the bolt. When you have them locked in place, the LONG end of the cross will be TOWARD the tire/rim. Hope that helps.

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Aaron SEIA

12-23-2016 03:30:07




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 Re: 1950 model C Allice in reply to Crazeyladyfarms, 12-23-2016 00:55:02  
Put the 2 solid bolted blocks up. Lay the rim over those. Rotate the cam bolts to the loose position. Put rim over them. Turn cams good and tight, then tighten the nuts.

AaronSEIA



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