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AC B wide front

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11-24-2003 04:40:47

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I just purchased a B with a wide front. The one thing i find that is strange is that it has big cast center hubs on the front and the rims are just clapped into place. Is this a harder to find front end. ALso are parts off these worth anything aso to selling. The tractor is tore down and I think it has some parts lost so may be a parts machine instead
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11-24-2003 09:49:58

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 Re: AC B wide front in reply to Bob/wis, 11-24-2003 04:40:47  
Those cast iron hubs sound like the early '38 moon hubs. They aren't too uncomon but the wedge bolts that hold the rim on, are.

In later years, AC went to a rivited hub and then to a more standard hub with bolt on wheel.

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David Maddux

11-25-2003 02:40:34

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 Re: Re: AC B wide front in reply to Tyler(WA), 11-24-2003 09:49:58  
If you decide to part it out, I need some of those wedge bolts that you are talking about.

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Rich, NJ

11-25-2003 06:31:40

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 Re: Re: Re: AC B wide front in reply to David Maddux, 11-25-2003 02:40:34  
I don't believe the wedge bolts are avialable. However,I made my own by taking a standard 7/16s X 2" bolt and forging the head square. Heat the bolt cherry red and pound it out. Another alternative is the bolts that are used on a plow. I haven't tried this yet so the jury is still out on this solution. Regards, Rich

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