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39B Hubs

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Dave 39B

08-27-2007 16:20:10




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Hey guys I just bought a 1939 Allis B and have two different front hubs on the old girl,does anyone have a pic of the correct hub and rim they could post so I can get a look at one?Also is there anything I should look for on the B other than the usual stuff on any tractor.Thanks in advance for your input.
Dave




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CTucker NWIL

08-30-2007 18:57:00




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 Re: 39B Hubs in reply to Dave 39B, 08-27-2007 16:20:10  
The 38's had a cast center bolted to the rim with wedge bolts. The 39 had a stamped steel rim and center that was riveted to the hub with 6 rivets.



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Dave 39B

08-29-2007 15:28:14




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 Re: 39B Hubs in reply to Dave 39B, 08-27-2007 16:20:10  
Thanks fer the info Steve.Looks like I have one of each.



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steve(ill)

08-27-2007 18:49:26




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 Re: 39B Hubs in reply to Dave 39B, 08-27-2007 16:20:10  
i donthave the serial numbers, but in 38 they started out with a wheel hub that was riveted to the rim as one piece. later in 39 sometime, they seperated the two parts and you bolted them together with wedge head bolts on the outer edge. starting about 1940 they went to the automotive style we have today with the center hub bolted to the rim with 5 studs and lug nuts.



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