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Wheel weights for 4100

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Jeff76

10-26-2018 12:39:00




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I have a 1977 Ford 4100 tractor with 28" power adjust rims. the tires are loaded but I still feel additional weight would be beneficial. What wheel weights will work with these wheels? Seem to have trouble finding anything. I also have a 4400 industrial with 24" wheels that could probably use some weights also.




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Jeff76

10-28-2018 07:33:36




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 Re: Wheel weights for 4100 in reply to Jeff76, 10-26-2018 12:39:00  
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Thanks Tom- Looks like they have a huge selection of weights. I need to go out and measure up my tractors.



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Tom in Mo.

10-28-2018 04:44:53




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I have used Lonestar Weights out of Wichita Falls, TX.

http://www.lonestarweights.com/wheel-weight/



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Jeff76

10-26-2018 15:53:35




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 Re: Wheel weights for 4100 in reply to Jeff76, 10-26-2018 12:39:00  
Yeah- Seem to be hard to find here also. Can find larger ones but not ones to fit mine. My tractors see very little road time so thats not really a concern for me. Its not a major problem- just thought the added weight might come in handy for a little extra traction. Maybe something will turn up at some point.



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Jeff76

10-26-2018 15:50:27




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Thanks for the confirmation. I thought I'd read that somewhere but wasnt certain.



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Destroked 450

10-26-2018 15:27:08




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 Re: Wheel weights for 4100 in reply to Jeff76, 10-26-2018 12:39:00  
Unfortunately pie weights won't fit your tractor.

4100 is basically the same as a 4600SU but has a smaller engine, they have the wet brake planetary rear axle that has a larger bolt pattern for the wheels like on larger 5600 thru 7600 models.

Ag weights for the smaller 24-28 inch wheels are hard to find in my area, have better luck finding the larger industrial weights.

I only run weights on my loader tractor, don't do much tillage and tractors see a good amount of road miles going between farms, loaded tires and wheel weights increases the rate of tire wear when driven on hard surface.

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Jeff76

10-26-2018 14:43:16




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 Re: Wheel weights for 4100 in reply to Jeff76, 10-26-2018 12:39:00  
Do the pie weights fit my tractors bolt pattern? I thought that I read that they didnt fit that new. Would be good if they did as I have seen some for sale on occasion.



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Ultradog MN

10-26-2018 15:14:01




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 Re: Wheel weights for 4100 in reply to Jeff76, 10-26-2018 14:43:16  
A 4100 has 8 on 8" lug pattern on the rear wheels. The only pie weights I've ever seen - or heard of - were made for 8 on 6" lug pattern. So pie weights will not fit your tractor.



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showcrop

10-26-2018 14:39:56




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 Re: Wheel weights for 4100 in reply to Jeff76, 10-26-2018 12:39:00  
What you want is a set of pie weights. They come in different weights, but they all attach to a disc which bolts onto the rear hub with special "nuts" that the disc mounts on, and come with a full set. They are not readily available but they come up regularly on Craig's list and eBay. Be aware of the need for the special "nuts". Thanks for calling the rims "power adjust" and not "spin-out" and welcome to YT.

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Jeff76

10-26-2018 13:56:58




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The 4100 does not have a loader but has way more power than it has traction. The 4400 is a TLB. The weights on it would be for digging to help keep machine planted. I have read that they did that. Obviously wouldnt need them for loader work with the weight of the hoe.



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Destroked 450

10-26-2018 13:06:04




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 Re: Wheel weights for 4100 in reply to Jeff76, 10-26-2018 12:39:00  
Do you have a loader on it?



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