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dc lightweight

05-29-2006 18:13:24

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Anyone know where to get steel wheels to replace the cast ones with 3 lugs got it down to 5400 trying to get it down to 4500 .Any ideas??

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Jim McVay

09-17-2006 14:41:03

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 Re: dc front rims in reply to dc lightweight, 05-29-2006 18:13:24  
I used case 730 6 hole hubs and regular rims.

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05-29-2006 18:41:01

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 Re: dc front rims in reply to dc lightweight, 05-29-2006 18:13:24  
about 15 years ago I pulled a DC, it weighed about 4200 pounds. I used WC allis front round spoke wheels, had to make a adapter so the front bearings would fit. I used Oliver Super 88 nine bolt hubs, the key way or key was machined to fit the Case axle. Also used a CC rear end plain cover with all PTO and Hydraulics revoved. There was a radically modified DC that pulled in Southern Indiana in the 3600 pound class, it actually weighed about 3300 pounds bare.

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