I just purchased a Model D tractor that has 16.9 x 26 tires and wheels from a combine on it. I am wondering what the stock size tire and wheel were and are any rims inter-changeable from other tractor brands.
Re: Case Model D Rear Tires in reply to Tom Railsback, 03-06-2007 20:11:22
Tom I know you have a like new set on a D. I don't guess you would sell this fellow a good set for maybe $10.00???? Hey guy I am to the point I need 31 tooth sprockets either splined or bolt. Don't suppose you have a line on any yet????There are some in Tennessee but freight is so high.
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Needing good 70 series fenders. No rust or dents preferred.
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