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16.9X28 tires on wd45

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AdamEichele

07-19-2017 07:09:31




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Will the 16.9X28 tires off of a D17 fit on a wd45 rim? Also will the D17 rim with tires on it fit on the wd45? Or do I have to make modifications. Anyone done this, I think it would give good leverage.---adam




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big orange

07-24-2017 08:20:24




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 Re: 16.9X28 tires on wd45 in reply to AdamEichele, 07-19-2017 07:09:31  
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Should read 16.9x28, sorry.



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tractorguy2

07-23-2017 18:01:09




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 Re: 16.9X28 tires on wd45 in reply to AdamEichele, 07-19-2017 07:09:31  
I had 16.9's on my 45. About needed a step ladder to get on it.



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D beatty

07-23-2017 20:28:51




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 Re: 16.9X28 tires on wd45 in reply to tractorguy2, 07-23-2017 18:01:09  
I was at a tractor pull a few weeks ago and had a WD45 setting next to mine that had 16.9x28's on it and it only set 5" higher than mine with 14.9 X 28's.



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big orange

07-23-2017 15:56:31




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 Re: 16.9X28 tires on wd45 in reply to AdamEichele, 07-19-2017 07:09:31  
[quote="AdamEichele"](reply to post at 07:09:31 07/19/17) [/quoteThese are 19.9x28 on standard WD-45 rims.

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D beatty

07-23-2017 19:36:26




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 Re: 16.9X28 tires on wd45 in reply to big orange, 07-23-2017 15:56:31  
Where did you get 19.9X28 tires? I have seen 19.5X24's but not 28's.



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DrAllis

07-20-2017 05:38:13




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 Re: 16.9X28 tires on wd45 in reply to AdamEichele, 07-19-2017 07:09:31  
To correct incorrect information above. Older D-17 rear wheels and centers absolutely will fit onto a WD or WD45. In fact, the wheels center is exactly the same part. 12 inch wide wheels was all I've ever seen on a WD45. I have a spring of 1957 WD45 with factory rear tires and they are 14.9 x 28 on a 12 inch wide wheel. 13 inch came on D-17's as best I can tell.



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D beatty

07-20-2017 22:26:27




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 Re: 16.9X28 tires on wd45 in reply to DrAllis, 07-20-2017 05:38:13  
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Somebody along the line put 13" wide wheels on my 1954 WD45 with 14.9 X 28 Firestone Road& Field. The tires look nice on 13" wheels.



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AdamEichele

07-19-2017 22:45:37




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 Re: 16.9X28 tires on wd45 in reply to AdamEichele, 07-19-2017 07:09:31  
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Thanks I will probably go that route. Put the D17's on a 45 with D17 engine. Power!!



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D beatty

07-19-2017 20:41:36




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 Re: 16.9X28 tires on wd45 in reply to AdamEichele, 07-19-2017 07:09:31  
By going to 16.9 X28 over 14.9 X 28 you will pickup 30 square inchs more rubber on ground.



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povertyknob

07-19-2017 19:53:58




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 Re: 16.9X28 tires on wd45 in reply to AdamEichele, 07-19-2017 07:09:31  
I had a 1957 WD 45 for about 4 years,it had loaded 16.9-28s on it, got along great with it, rims were spin outs..



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Traditional Farmer

07-19-2017 13:48:26




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 Re: 16.9X28 tires on wd45 in reply to AdamEichele, 07-19-2017 07:09:31  
As well as I remember a wheel and rim off a D17 won't work against the final drives on a WD45,personally I don't like really wide tires on a tractor like that.



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Bob Bancroft

07-19-2017 07:58:44




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 Re: 16.9X28 tires on wd45 in reply to AdamEichele, 07-19-2017 07:09:31  
Just watch out for rim size. You can cheat a little, but going more than one size beyond recommended tire/rim combinations defeats the purpose. AC wasn't real generous with rims. A 14.9 tire should be on a 13" rim. A 16.9 tire should be on a 15" rim. I bought a WD45 and it only had 12" rims on it. So I went all the way and put 15" rims and 16.9 tires on it. It was OK, but it was over kill.



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JMS/.MN

07-19-2017 07:49:03




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 Re: 16.9X28 tires on wd45 in reply to AdamEichele, 07-19-2017 07:09:31  
D17 rims will fit on WD45- it"s the same bolt pattern. It will increase your ground speed.



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