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D-17 9 bolt adapter for 38 wheels ?

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Glenn Joyner

11-26-2007 15:48:15




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Does anybody know where to get an adapter for the D-17 to put 38 inch,9 bolt JD or Oliver wheels on it?? I use it for pulling and can't get traction with the 14.9 X 28's. I have put 8500 lbs on it and it just spins, so maybe the taller tires will fix me up. E-mail me if you have any info on this or if you know another way to get the 38's on the D-17.(other than cutting the rims and rewelding)
glennjoyner@alltel.net ..........Thanks...Glenn

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Eldon (WA)

11-26-2007 22:32:17




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 Re: D-17 9 bolt adapter for 38 wheels ? in reply to Glenn Joyner, 11-26-2007 15:48:15  
AC 38" rims are out there with the 8 hole bolt pattern, as they were an option on the D17 and 170-185 tractors. MF rims are probably the same. I have a set of 15.5 x 38's on PAW rims.



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old

11-26-2007 18:10:35




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 Re: D-17 9 bolt adapter for 38 wheels ? in reply to Glenn Joyner, 11-26-2007 15:48:15  
Well if you go that way you will loose a lot of torque and you may end up stalling out instead of spinning out. Don't know which is worse stalling half way down the track or spinning out. I think I would go with wider tires instead of taller tires I prefer to keep the torque high and tall tires will kill your torque

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1chicken

11-26-2007 16:44:12




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 Re: D-17 9 bolt adapter for 38 wheels ? in reply to Glenn Joyner, 11-26-2007 15:48:15  
cast centers off an 90 massey standerd fit they will give you more weight and bigger tires



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bigt

11-26-2007 16:05:07




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 Re: D-17 9 bolt adapter for 38 wheels ? in reply to Glenn Joyner, 11-26-2007 15:48:15  
i have a set call me 6157948979



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