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Rear hubs on a 180

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John179

07-15-2020 18:39:26




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I am looking to put 20x34's on my 180. I currently run 28"s on it. I use the tractor to cut and bale hay. The 28's are to short. I have a set of 20x34's on steel wheels with 10 bolt centers. Wondering if there is a place to go and find 10 bolt hubs.




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DrAllis

07-16-2020 05:27:35




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 Re: Rear hubs on a 180 in reply to John179, 07-15-2020 18:39:26  
In fact, I have a friend with some 18.4 x 34's already on wheels that he used to tractor pull with. He's retired now. Maybe they could be purchased.



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DrAllis

07-16-2020 05:25:14




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 Re: Rear hubs on a 180 in reply to John179, 07-15-2020 18:39:26  
There are two 10-bolt patterns, and the short answer is no. You'd have to make something. If the 34's have four holes about midway between the rim and the center pilot hole, those are for wheel weights, I have made a 1/2' thick donut plate to bolt to the tractor and large enough to bolt thru those four wheel weight holes. It will work fine if done right. Now, you have considered how high your drawbar and PTO shaft are going to be, right ?? New 18.4 x 28 tires of the right brand stand up pretty darn high. Yours must be smooth or you have 16.9 x 28 instead of 18.4 x 28 ?? Also, older 180's axle mount bolts only thread into the axle hub. Later ones have a larger bolt that uses a nut, which was a better stronger design.

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John179

07-16-2020 18:09:49




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 Re: Rear hubs on a 180 in reply to DrAllis, 07-16-2020 05:25:14  
I did some measuring and the pto angle will be perfect with these 20x34's. It will also be great for more ground clearance would be great for raking.



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