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Mounting DC Rear Weights

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Glenn FitzGerald

12-13-2005 10:17:16

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I understand carriage bolts 5/8x3&1/2" are used to mount the first weight to the cast iron wheel. Are the same size bolts used to mount the second weight to the first? Thanks, Glenn FitzGerald

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12-13-2005 15:57:27

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 Re: Mounting DC Rear Weights in reply to Glenn FitzGerald, 12-13-2005 10:17:16  
Use the same bolts, we did. we have 4 on each side.

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Paul f

12-13-2005 13:09:34

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 Re: Mounting DC Rear Weights in reply to Glenn FitzGerald, 12-13-2005 10:17:16  
Glen I use the same 3.5inch long carraige bolts to hold on second weight

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Glenn F.

12-13-2005 15:01:10

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 Re: Mounting DC Rear Weights in reply to Paul f, 12-13-2005 13:09:34  
I'm sure I could figure it out, but what washers do you use for the first AND second weight? I am about to go buy the hardware. The weights are here but my tractor is 20 miles from here. Thanks, Glenn F.

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Paul f

12-14-2005 06:53:24

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 Re: Mounting DC Rear Weights in reply to Glenn F., 12-13-2005 15:01:10  
Inner weight 4 bolts head facing out using the inner ring of hole in the weight. Second weight bolt heads facing inn (I use 6). slip them into the outer ring of slotted hole on the inner weight...I use flat washer and lock washer on the outer end of the bolt. I went out and took a couple of pictures if you email me I will send them

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12-13-2005 10:23:25

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 Re: Mounting DC Rear Weights in reply to Glenn FitzGerald, 12-13-2005 10:17:16  
lay one weight on top of the other the way you are going to put them on and measure leave room for lock and flat washers

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