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Rear rim AC mod B

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mike

04-28-2003 06:42:28




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I need to replace the rear rim on my mod B. I have the 4 bevels on the rim with the cams. Is there some common or standard rim (either loops or spin off or ???) that I can get down at the farm store (today maybe??) that will fit my B?

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Mike




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Jeff

04-28-2003 16:37:08




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 Re: Rear rim AC mod B in reply to mike, 04-28-2003 06:42:28  
Mike,
The wheel with four dimples that you indicated you need is available new from :
M.E.Miller Tire
Wauseon, Ohio
(419)335-7010

The loop rims work ok but if you're trying to keep the tractor true you need the dimpled rim.
8x24 Loop Rim Approx. $85.00
8x24 Dimpled Rim Approx. $135.00
Hope this helps,
Jeff



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Edward Mills

04-28-2003 07:21:41




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 Re: Rear rim AC mod B in reply to mike, 04-28-2003 06:42:28  
There are AC B rims available that will matchg what you've got, but probably special order unless you stumble into them at a junkyard. I've got a pair in La, but that won't help you today. If you are looking for loop rims, there are supposedly 2 common geometries - the Avery and some other smaller tractors require redrilling, but others do not. Aftermarket wheels from farm store may be able to fit both geometries. Suggest you measure your spacing across 2 opposite holes and try to match. Best. Ed

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Tony C

04-28-2003 06:48:59




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 Re: Rear rim AC mod B in reply to mike, 04-28-2003 06:42:28  
You can use a farmall Loop rim. The ones i have put on you have too drill out the holes in both to get them to line up. Tony



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