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Tire size?

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Kevin Seamons

12-31-2002 15:43:40

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I need to know what the correct tire size is for the rear of a unstyled wc allis chalmers with 24 inch rims. Thanks

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Farmall Daddy

01-02-2003 15:32:47

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 Re: tire size? in reply to Kevin Seamons, 12-31-2002 15:43:40  
The styled WC I have runs 13-6-28's, but I would run 12-6-24's or 13's, your choice. The original tire size was 11 inches, if I'm correct.

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01-02-2003 12:36:06

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 Re: tire size? in reply to Kevin Seamons, 12-31-2002 15:43:40  
I'll have to check with the Nebraska test. My experience is that the 28" rim used 11X28. The 24" rim used 13X24. My current WC has 11X28.

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Tom Miller

01-01-2003 16:37:01

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 Re: tire size? in reply to Kevin Seamons, 12-31-2002 15:43:40  
The 11.25 tires on the "Unstyled WC" would be the equivilent of a 14.9 in todays sizing.

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jimg centwis

01-01-2003 09:08:58

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 Re: tire size? in reply to Kevin Seamons, 12-31-2002 15:43:40  

Origanally the WC had 11.25 X 24 inch tires. They were mounted on 9 inch wide rims ,I think. I have no idea as to what size modern tire could be mounted that would look like the orginals.

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