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captain23steve

06-07-2018 12:29:30




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Hello, I was hoping that someone could give me some information on a set of weights. My main question is, are they aftermarket and who made them. They weigh 45 pounds apiece. I purchased them for 100.00 dollars, donít really know if that was good or not. I have these on my Ford 841. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance




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Captain23steve

06-08-2018 04:26:22




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 Re: Ford wheel weights in reply to captain23steve, 06-07-2018 12:29:30  
Sorry about that, I thought that some pictures had posted that I uploaded. they are front wheel weights, four pieces total, 2 for each wheel. the are half moon shaped and have W-2-B cast into them. they weigh 45 lbs. a piece, and the bolt holes are round.



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Dean

06-08-2018 05:44:40




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 Re: Ford wheel weights in reply to Captain23steve, 06-08-2018 04:26:22  
Ford offered front wheel weights that bolted inside of the wheel dish. They were cast by various manufacturers.

Not sure if others offered similar weights but such is likely.

$100 is a decent price. The last set that I bought was $85 but I have sold refinished sets for $200, though not lately.

Dean



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Kirk-NJ

06-08-2018 02:05:16




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 Re: Ford wheel weights in reply to captain23steve, 06-07-2018 12:29:30  
Not enough info. Fronts Rears? How many did you purchase?Split front weights for your tractor are about 50lbs each. single fronts 58lbs. rear split weights start at about 60 lbs. Best to send me a photo to post. My email is open.



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Sean in PA

06-07-2018 18:19:28




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 Re: Ford wheel weights in reply to captain23steve, 06-07-2018 12:29:30  
Pictures would be helpful. But with only 2 posts you're not going to be allowed to post them. You don't get that privilege until you have somewhere around 10 to 12 posts. If you can put them on some other site where you have the ability to do so and post a link here we can look at them and might be able to figure out what they are.



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RickB

06-07-2018 14:47:34




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 Re: Ford wheel weights in reply to captain23steve, 06-07-2018 12:29:30  
With no more information than you give and no photo Iím not sure what you expect. $100 was a good price because buyer and seller agreed.



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