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Dual rear wheels

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michford

04-06-2016 17:14:07




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Never seen anything like these before. Must be home made. I wonder how you can get the inner lug nuts tight enough. They don't show a picture from the back side. Wonder what do you use for studs for the outer wheel?

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Royse

04-09-2016 20:38:11




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 Re: Dual rear wheels in reply to michford, 04-06-2016 17:14:07  
I wonder if they could be used to narrow one of the newer
tractors with the more center mounted wet brakes.
The wheel centers are scalloped like they were Ferguson or
later model Ford than the N series. Hard to say without looking.



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Sean in PA

04-09-2016 05:53:59




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 Re: Dual rear wheels in reply to michford, 04-06-2016 17:14:07  
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I agree. They look like they might fit as outside duals even with the inner wheels set to their widest setting.

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I think that they may be counter sunk on both sides to use a double beveled acorn nut on the inside wheel.



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sunbeam

04-09-2016 05:12:55




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 Re: Dual rear wheels in reply to michford, 04-06-2016 17:14:07  
I don't think they were made to be inside duals. It doesn't look like they would clear the brake drums.



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Stevob671

04-07-2016 11:52:45




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 Re: Dual rear wheels in reply to michford, 04-06-2016 17:14:07  
Moving the wheels that far in if possible would require removing the fenders and rubbing elbows with the tires! Moving them out that far would sure give a lcg.



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Kirk-NJ

04-07-2016 02:45:30




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 Re: Dual rear wheels in reply to michford, 04-06-2016 17:14:07  
I would think they may have be use to narrow the tractor as in a vineyard model. Instead of cutting the axle/trumpets just move the wheels in.The countersink for the lug nuts is on the wrong side. Agree probably home made.

Kirk



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Michford

04-07-2016 04:07:10




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 Re: Dual rear wheels in reply to Kirk-NJ, 04-07-2016 02:45:30  
Using these to narrow a tractor makes sense. I wish they had a picture of the wheels from the back to see if the original center was still in place, or if the center was cut out and moved. I bet that the extended center was cut out and moved.



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Royse

04-06-2016 17:55:02




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 Re: Dual rear wheels in reply to michford, 04-06-2016 17:14:07  
No extra load on the bearings there!

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