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Power Adjust Rims

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1954Frank

09-20-2018 11:16:46




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When, and on what models were the Power Adjust rims available? I've seen a couple of YouTube videos and some Old A-C archive films. Were they a real improvement? What really was their purpose? Easier to adjust track width?
I guess they required some maintenance to work properly. Rust was probably a problem. I have seen them on CA's. Were they available on C's? If not, could that type of wheel be mounted on a C? Or any tractor that was not originally equipped with them?
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YTSupport

09-20-2018 16:02:10




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 Re: Power Adjust Rims in reply to 1954Frank, 09-20-2018 11:16:46  
The C is unfortunately a smaller 5 lug axle hub and the 6 lug CA wheel center won't bolt up. Without the wheel center, you couldn't put the PAW rim on it. You'd have to cut the wheel center out, weld in a flat plate and drill it out to fit. You could also fabricate an adaptor but I think you'd have a wide spacing even when pulled in.



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Aaron SEIA

09-20-2018 14:35:11




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 Re: Power Adjust Rims in reply to 1954Frank, 09-20-2018 11:16:46  
CA, WD and anything newer all the way to the end. You could get an 8000 series with them. Back when wheels got moved in and out a lot depending on what you were doing, it was a lifesaver. I could move my WD rims in about 5 minutes for both sides and don't need more than a 3/4" socket. Not nearly as important now.

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09-20-2018 11:29:36




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 Re: Power Adjust Rims in reply to 1954Frank, 09-20-2018 11:16:46  
CA, WD, WD45, and D-17 and probably a few others. One might be able to put a set on a C if the CA center will bolt up to the axles of the C but that I cannot say yes or no on



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