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450? hubs

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J.D.

10-23-2001 12:12:54




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Did 450's ever come with 6-bolt hubs? Mine has 6-bolt hubs and rims like the M's and H's. Several archive postings talk about 8-bolt hubs on the 450's. I'm beginning to wonder if mine have been changed at some point. Last question, is there a way to use the rims for an 8-bolt (called double-bevel?) on a 6-bolt hub? Thanks for your help.




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Chums5

10-23-2001 18:57:15




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 Re: 450? hubs in reply to J.D., 10-23-2001 12:12:54  

J.D.....No way..won't interchange....if you pull out your rule there's a 1 1/2 inch different between the two....that is your's on the 450 is 1 1/2 inch larger than ones on the "M & H"......hope this helps.....



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J.D.

10-24-2001 12:23:28




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 Re: Re: 450? hubs in reply to Chums5, 10-23-2001 18:57:15  
I guess what I meant was, can the double-bevel type be modified to fit the older 6-bolt hubs? I wondered if I could weld spacers around the rim at the six spots where the bolts are located. As it looks, I'll have some time to work on it, four and a half inches of rain in the last week and two more on the way this afternoon here in north-central Indiana.



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Denny Frisk

10-25-2001 09:23:59




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 Re: Re: Re: 450? hubs in reply to J.D., 10-24-2001 12:23:28  
IH offered a 9 x 42" tire on the 686 & Hydro 86 Hi-Clears the last year or so them made them. I think the rim was a 7X42 and bolted to the standard cast wheel center(that Your 14X38 Dbl Bevel rims should go on). They had 8 triangular shaped plates welded to the inside of the rim that bolted up solid to the cast center. Proably makes the most sense to do that than to try to modify the clamps. I wouldn't weld on the rims if the tires/tubes are mounted. If there's no tubes in the tires, Tubeless 15.5's were common, take the valvecore out before You weld.

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J.D.

10-25-2001 15:00:50




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: 450? hubs in reply to Denny Frisk, 10-25-2001 09:23:59  
Thanks for the info. I'll be sure to put up a post on my success (or failure).



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Denny Frisk

10-23-2001 14:34:49




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 Re: 450? hubs in reply to J.D., 10-23-2001 12:12:54  
Parts books for the 450 only show Double Bevel rims on the 450's, and the power adjust. The 6 clamp or "DW" style rims ar not interchangable.



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