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dualing parts for comfort king

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03-13-2010 15:39:13

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Got a set of rear tires on rims(18.4-34). The same size as I have on the tractor now. What hardware do I need to bolt 'em up? Weld-on or clamp-on, never done it before. The tractor does have some eyenuts on it already. Case 830 comfort king. Thanks, Steve

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Forest Courville

04-22-2010 13:00:45

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 Re: dualing parts for comfort king in reply to hvacpro85, 03-13-2010 15:39:13  
i hace a set of axle hubs $40. if interested

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03-15-2010 06:15:00

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 Re: dualing parts for comfort king in reply to hvacpro85, 03-13-2010 15:39:13  

You could find another set of hubs and make axle duals out of them if you have enough axle space.

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Brad Gyde

03-13-2010 20:38:47

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 Re: dualing parts for comfort king in reply to hvacpro85, 03-13-2010 15:39:13  
Not saying that 4 clamps isn't plenty, but my 930 has I believe 6 on each side (but at one time the duals were loaded, as well as the insides).. It's how I bought it.. I "un-loaded" the duals to remove them for hauling the tractor home, and I have yet to find a reason why all 4 were loaded.. Sometimes you can find the spacers at auctions.. or you could make your own. I have a set of 38's that the fella I got them from had made his own.. Cut a band from I believe 1/8th steel.. started in one spot.. tack welded it every few inches all the way around. I don't know how he kept it tight and whatnot.. but he did it somehow. (He was a typical old farmer, had more time than money as he always told me, so he did what he could to get by)
Probably the best thing would be to just find some already made though..

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Gene Dotson

03-13-2010 17:14:17

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 Re: dualing parts for comfort king in reply to hvacpro85, 03-13-2010 15:39:13  
Are the rims you have for the duals already set up for duals? You will need a rim spacer to set them out from the main tires. If the wheels do not have the lugs welded to them for the clamps, the easiest and quickest setup is with the over-the-rim clamps. They just clamp over the outside of the and the J-bolts go through them and hook through the eye-bolts you already have.

The spacer bands will set in the taper at the inside of the bead area and will wedge together when clamps are tightened. Typical width will be 5 to 7 inches.

If the rims have the lugs already welded, you will need to determing what setup to ues with them. Some are snap-on clamps, some are straight bolt on clamps and some are t-rail. The J-bolts come in different lengths to match whatever setup you have... Gene

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03-13-2010 17:42:49

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 Re: dualing parts for comfort king in reply to Gene Dotson, 03-13-2010 17:14:17  
The rims I have are not set up for duals now. I found a source for clamps and J bolts (Gemplers). Where is a good place to find the rim spacers? Also how many J bolts do I need per side? -Steve

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Gene Dotson

03-13-2010 18:42:03

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 Re: dualing parts for comfort king in reply to hvacpro85, 03-13-2010 17:42:49  
You will need 4 bolts per wheel. Haven't bought the spacer bands for several years, but used to get them from M & W. Miller tire or Tucker tire may have them. You will want to use 3/4" alloy J-bolts. Conventional steel bolts will not hold the proper curl on the hook end.

As a precaution, if you need to do any welding on the wheels, you will need to remove the tires.


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