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what hubs would match these I6 fronts

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michaelr

06-25-2016 21:22:53




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20 inch wheels off an I6. If I could make them work, they would be good for my wide front end on my Farmall M.
I just don't have any idea what kind of hub I would need. I have a norton wide front end.

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rustred

06-26-2016 14:39:10




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 Re: what hubs would match these I6 fronts in reply to michaelr, 06-25-2016 21:22:53  
the hubs are on those rims. so what u talking about? you need to know if your spindles and bearings are the same as those industrial ones. but not likely. as the brgs. are probably bigger too. and those heavy hubs are more practical to put on a standard tractor, not a row crop.



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John M

06-26-2016 05:33:14




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 Re: what hubs would match these I6 fronts in reply to michaelr, 06-25-2016 21:22:53  
You don't need hubs, the hubs are part of the wheel, and as Delta said youll have to match the bearings to the axle shafts, if they are even long enough.



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DeltaRed

06-25-2016 21:59:00




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 Re: what hubs would match these I6 fronts in reply to michaelr, 06-25-2016 21:22:53  
I think you are crazy to consider those wheels. They will make the front set way high.Once they are on,I think you will be dissapointed.I would imagine they use the bigger M (tricycle) bearings. Your Norden probably uses the smaller H size bearings.Are you missing the hubs on your front? or you just thinking that those I6 wheels will look "cool"? NOT!



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michaelr

06-26-2016 09:12:33




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 Re: what hubs would match these I6 fronts in reply to DeltaRed, 06-25-2016 21:59:00  
Not missing the hubs on my WFE, but would imagine they are M size? I mean, currently I have poor 16.5 X 16 try ribs on it that I should replace as one is flat from a blowout, and the other is dry rot too.



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John M

06-26-2016 16:18:16




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 Re: what hubs would match these I6 fronts in reply to michaelr, 06-26-2016 09:12:33  
Just buy new tires and tubes for what you have now. Cost will be way less than buying those, and having to adapt them to work on what you have. Plus, no guarantee those tires will last long any ways.



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DeltaRed

06-26-2016 12:05:03




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 Re: what hubs would match these I6 fronts in reply to michaelr, 06-26-2016 09:12:33  
The H/M Swarts/norden/old style IH wide fronts use the H size hub/bearing. Try some 7.50x16 8 ply bias tires from a (1960s) 3/4 ton pickup. they make GREAT tires for a loader.



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michaelr

06-26-2016 09:09:45




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 Re: what hubs would match these I6 fronts in reply to DeltaRed, 06-25-2016 21:59:00  
Not thinking about coolness factor, was thinking about loader factor. Lots of advice to run truck tires on the wide fronts for a loader. and well, those I6 tires look more or less like truck tires. I do know they are taller, yeah. ok, well if they are a poor choice, thats good to know.



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