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Tires and bell housing

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AC WC with V-8

12-18-2002 13:42:56




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how do I get the original Bell housing out of a styled WC?

Also will a set of 18.4-26 tires fit and clear the fenders?




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L Hud

12-20-2002 11:32:00




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 Re: tires and bell housing in reply to AC WC with V-8, 12-18-2002 13:42:56  
To remove the bell housing from a WC, you must remove one of the side rails. It is easiest to remove the LH one. You only have to remove the clutch rod and less number of bolts. Hope this helps.



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JMS/MN

12-18-2002 18:04:40




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 Re: tires and bell housing in reply to AC WC with V-8, 12-18-2002 13:42:56  
The 18.4-26 has the same OD as a 16.9-28, like on a D17. I ran that combo as duals on a Gleaner combine years ago, with a slight modification to the band between them. If your 18.4-26 is on a Power-Shift rim, they would be worth mounting- just take it slow when you pull them all the way in, and check fender clearance.



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