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C wheel lug. Got one?

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06-05-2002 06:15:27

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I don't suppose one of you has an extra one laying around you would be willing to part with?

Some moron (innocent look) Had to put a new tube in a tire and "attempted" to tighten the wheel some. Said moron didn't realize his own strenght, or more corectly said strength of impact wrench.

Other than that This ones a real beuty. Allready painted. Had a blown head gasket that I am going to attribute to years of water being run in the cooling system. The head was pretty plugged up. Sent it out to the machine shop. oredered a gasket set from Alpha. Had alpha rebuild the carb. Hopefully this takes care of the hard start problem. new mag on it all ready. It is also missing the Accesory drive pully. Other than that it's about ready to go. Gave the buy 400 bucks for it.

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mark dingbaum

06-10-2002 10:55:53

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 Re: C wheel lug. Got one? in reply to Robert, 06-05-2002 06:15:27  

I've got three extra now...I replaced some 'fixed' ones with 'adjustable' ones on my C. I had problems with loose rear wheels. I now have three of the cam bolt adjustables on each wheel with one fixed one on each wheel. The one in your picture is a 'fixed' and I'd send one or two of mine to you if you still need one. I'd like to keep a spare, but probably only need one.

Let me know if you want one or two of mine.

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Robert Mickley

06-19-2002 06:28:51

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 Re: Re: C wheel lug. Got one? in reply to mark dingbaum, 06-10-2002 10:55:53  
Yes mark I do want one one of yours. Let me know how much. I need one soon.

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Dana from Iowa

06-06-2002 19:48:59

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 Re: C wheel lug. Got one? in reply to Robert, 06-05-2002 06:15:27  
My C had all the lugs missing from one axle. Good luck in finding one. I even tried to buy some off several salvage yards (including Sandy Lake) and they would not sell the stud without the entire axle (NO THANKS!). The studs are no longer available from Agco and I tried every place I could think of to find some with no luck. The biggest problem was finding a stud with the same Outside Diameter on the flutes as the orginal (no one had anything even close). I finally ended up buying some studs that were close and turned the fluting down to the correct diameter. Since this removed most of the fluting, I put a small tack weld on each of the studs to hold them in place. (I thought I could get by without the tack weld but I had one stud that wasn't quite tight enough and it spun loose on me - I changed my mind real fast after that!). Good luck!

By the way, the axle has to be REMOVED to install the stud... Big job for one stud! An easier fix (but not as cosmetic) is to drive the stud out (hopefully you won't have to pull the axle - cut the stud off if nececssary) then put your wheel back on and insert a bolt in the lug hole. Place a lock washer and nut on the back side of the axle (head of bolt on the outside of the wheel). It will work fine, just doesn't look as good as the other four studs!

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06-06-2002 21:38:05

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 Re: Re: C wheel lug. Got one? in reply to Dana from Iowa, 06-06-2002 19:48:59  
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I broke the Lug at the outside of the wheel that holds the rim itself, not the stud. The big piece in the picture

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Steve in N.J.

06-06-2002 21:53:28

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 Re: Re: Re: C wheel lug. Got one? in reply to Robert, 06-06-2002 21:38:05  
Could call these guys- Marshall Machinery in PA
Ask for Brian Dunn in used parts dept. He might be able to bail ya out. Last time I was there they just pulled a complete engine out of a C which still had the back wheels on her yet...They have a pile of AC's there. Worth a call... 570-729-7117 Steve

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06-07-2002 07:26:22

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: C wheel lug. Got one? in reply to Steve in N.J., 06-06-2002 21:53:28  
Thanks Steve. Got one coming to me.

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Steve in N.J.

06-07-2002 14:29:00

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: C wheel lug. Got one? in reply to Robert, 06-07-2002 07:26:22  

That's great! Did Brian at Marshall bail ya out or did you find one local?

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06-10-2002 13:26:51

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: C wheel lug. Got one? in reply to Steve in N.J., 06-07-2002 14:29:00  
Didnt get to talk to brian but one of the other guys got it going. Isn't the internet wonderful :)

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Steve in N.J.

06-05-2002 18:00:10

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 Re: C wheel lug. Got one? in reply to Robert, 06-05-2002 06:15:27  
Is it a front wheel lug that you need? I have some new front wheel lugs left over from the resto on my B. I think the C is the same as the B front lug. 13/16" head w/stud? Steve

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06-05-2002 19:04:35

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 Re: Re: C wheel lug. Got one? in reply to Steve in N.J., 06-05-2002 18:00:10  
No steve it's the rear one. I couldn't be as lucky to need the front one :)

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