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Removing H Rear Rims Tires

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07-18-2020 16:29:59

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The few rims and tires I have switched have had the clamps and bolts on the front side of the rear center castings

I have a h I am sending to the iron pile the clamps and bolts are on inside. When I remove the bolts and clamps can I wiggle them over the center casting or do I have to pull the Center castings off the axle first?

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07-19-2020 03:06:51

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 Re: Removing H Rear Rims Tires in reply to md_650d, 07-18-2020 16:29:59  
Ours are dished in to get it down to 30 inch rows. Will not get that narrow otherwise. As for the slipping it over, would be a lot easier if a couple of the brackets were off. And if scraping just get them off and slip it over.

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07-18-2020 18:58:05

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 Re: Removing H Rear Rims Tires in reply to md_650d, 07-18-2020 16:29:59  
Yes it can be done, but it's not easy. After it's off the wheel, you'll have to let the wheel down a bit so it'll slip over the top of it, slide it down & wiggle & jack the wheel up so the rim slides down. I believe the way you found that tractor was the way they came from the factory. Remember they were shipped with the wheels dished in because they could get more on a rail car that way. Think about it from the assemblers point of view.

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