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RB Green

08-05-2022 16:00:41




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Where can I find rims for international cubcadet 1963 trying to fix it up for son it was his grandfather it was used hard number years he had 6 kids been in shed 10yrs I'm hoping I can still find a little life




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kencombs

08-07-2022 13:07:34




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 Re: Cub in reply to RB Green, 08-05-2022 16:00:41  
I .have some. In OK. If you can't find local to you, I will ship. Just email if needed



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DoubleO7

08-07-2022 06:39:26




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 Re: Cub in reply to RB Green, 08-05-2022 16:00:41  
It could be an Original with a v belt between engine and transmission.

Or a 70 or a 100 with shaft drive to transmission.

They all used the 6 x 12 rear rims and 4 x 8 front rims.

You can use wider rims if desired or are not needing the exact factory original rims.

The bolt pattern is 5 on 4.5 bolt circle.

Virtually any bolt on 12 inch rims from a lawn or garden tractor/mower have the 5 on 4.5 pattern.

You have to confirm if the back spacing will work on your tractor tho.

Some like JD had the valve stem on the inside towards tractor which is a hassle to me.

CL is also a good source for used rims.

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R Bedell

08-07-2022 05:22:57




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 Re: Cub in reply to RB Green, 08-05-2022 16:00:41  
DR. EVIL:

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Charlie sold off ihcubcadet.com about a year ago.



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T.R.K.

08-06-2022 18:19:45




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 Re: Cub in reply to RB Green, 08-05-2022 16:00:41  
Rear rims for the 6-12 tire were shared by Cub and many old lawn tractors of that same era. Simplicity Deere and Wheel Horse, for instance. Probably Bolens too. If you want OEM front wheels, Ebay has some from time to time. If they are not there this week, keep checking back.

One of my Cub Os came to me without front wheels. At an antique shop I found some drive wheels for a Troybilt Horse tiller. I put 7/8 I.D. bushings in them and now the Cub is on four good wheels. They look similar but not exact to the O.E.M. wheels on the other Original cubs.

P.S. If your rims are just rusty, get the grease off and see if somebody close has a bead blast cabinet and would clean them up for you.

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DR. EVIL

08-06-2022 10:39:52




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 Re: Cub in reply to RB Green, 08-05-2022 16:00:41  
Do a search for CUB CADET SPECIALTIES, they advertise on IH Cub Cadet.com, same guy owns them both, CC Specialties is THE LARGEST VOLUME CUB CADET PARTS SELLER in the USA. You call them and Charlie, the owner answers the phone. He has new and good used parts, and is very reasonably priced on everything.



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wore out

08-06-2022 07:57:54




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 Re: Cub in reply to RB Green, 08-05-2022 16:00:41  
Have you looked on ebay?



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