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D14 rear rims

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Howard Junkin

01-08-2017 14:22:52




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I have a 1958 D14 that I need rear rims. It has spinout rims that are shot. Will 28" older ford rims work? Don't want spinout rims. what other rims will work?

Thanks Howard




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hd6gtom

01-10-2017 06:44:37




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 Re: D14 rear rims in reply to Howard Junkin, 01-08-2017 14:22:52  
Its been 30 years since I helped do this but, I think rims off an E gleaner will bolt right on.



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Traditional Farmer

01-10-2017 05:40:47




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 Re: D14 rear rims in reply to Howard Junkin, 01-08-2017 14:22:52  
Some wheel centers won't work on tractors like the D14 with final drives as they are dished wrong.



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Nordic

01-09-2017 14:31:25




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 Re: D14 rear rims in reply to Howard Junkin, 01-08-2017 14:22:52  
Case 28" rims around the same years will also work.



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bob in ia.

01-09-2017 09:36:23




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 Re: D14 rear rims in reply to Howard Junkin, 01-08-2017 14:22:52  
I have 26" case combine rims with 14.9 firestones. Paton, Ia 50217 cell 515-351-7151



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JMS/.MN

01-09-2017 10:47:58




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 Re: D14 rear rims in reply to bob in ia., 01-09-2017 09:36:23  
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That"s what I used for front duals on my 4450. I like them cuz they"re a bit smaller than the inside wheels, so turning is easier, yet they still grip when needed.



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heavyhaulertoo

01-08-2017 17:32:26




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 Re: D14 rear rims in reply to Howard Junkin, 01-08-2017 14:22:52  
wd 45 go right on



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JMS/.MN

01-08-2017 16:01:24




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 Re: D14 rear rims in reply to Howard Junkin, 01-08-2017 14:22:52  
If you go with 28 instead of the original 26 inch, you"ll increase ground speeds. If you don"t want Power Shift wheels, you can find 26 inch wheels on older combines, like a JD 45, 55, Case, other self-propelled combines. They are 8 hole wheels with the same center circle diameter.



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Traditional Farmer

01-10-2017 05:39:12




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 Re: D14 rear rims in reply to JMS/.MN, 01-08-2017 16:01:24  
Not necessarily as some 26" tires have higher sidewalls than some 28"



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JMS/.MN

01-14-2017 12:11:05




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 Re: D14 rear rims in reply to Traditional Farmer, 01-10-2017 05:39:12  
The 26 would have to be extremely wide to match height. I had an F Gleaner with 23.1-26, and dualed them with a 16.9-28...they were the same height.



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