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Help! Rim needed

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02-13-2004 13:00:31

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Can anyone tell me where I can find a rear rim for "C" tractor? 9 x 24. I think it's called a single bevel. Has clamp type bolts that hold it in place.

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02-14-2004 17:08:08

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 Re: Help! Rim needed in reply to Eldon, 02-13-2004 13:00:31  
Got mine from millertire also, for a 39 B, Although I got the type with bumps. Decent price, good response.

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02-14-2004 11:13:06

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 Re: Help! Rim needed in reply to Eldon, 02-13-2004 13:00:31  
Hi,I got mine from Miller tire (millertire.com)I went with the hoop style cheaper and no slipping problems. T.J.

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02-13-2004 13:39:03

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 Re: Help! Rim needed in reply to Eldon, 02-13-2004 13:00:31  
Value bilt has them

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02-13-2004 18:34:21

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 Re: Re: Help! Rim needed in reply to old, 02-13-2004 13:39:03  
What or where is value bilt?

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02-13-2004 19:39:49

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 Re: Re: Re: Help! Rim needed in reply to Eldon, 02-13-2004 18:34:21  
are you looking for a true factory rim that uses the bump clamps or are you looking for a rim that bolts on with loops welded on the rim. there are a few online that i have seen that sell the original rib style one sells on ebay quite often also check allischalmers dot com for retailers. otherwise my father replaced his original c rims cause they rusted and were hard to keep on the tractor with rims that were made for an international a that cost about half the price at central tractor 15 yrs ago. i'm sure that tsc can also order them. they bolted right on with just standard bolts. he did have to drill the valve stem into a different location.

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