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Updating/Converting front hubs on Super 88

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scootergmc

01-10-2020 10:18:29




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So I have a Super 88 with the old style cast center front wheels and 5 hole outer mount rims but the rims are severely bent. I'm having a hard time finding replacement rims out west here and coughing up the $$ to have them shipped is cost prohibitive when I could more easily access the standard six lug hubs and wheels. The question is, what exactly do I need to do the conversion or can it be done at all?

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Gary Mitchell

01-11-2020 10:45:20




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 Re: Updating/Converting front hubs on Super 88 in reply to scootergmc, 01-10-2020 10:18:29  
I don't remember which but some of the old Oliver combines would inter-change, hub, wheel, bearings, and all. One of the goo-roos on here will tell you I bet. Then you can hit a salvage yard and deal. I know, because we did that to our 88, 50 years ago. gm



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greg oliver

01-11-2020 09:28:22




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 Re: Updating/Converting front hubs on Super 88 in reply to scootergmc, 01-10-2020 10:18:29  
Scootergmc, I have a 1650 set back front end and a Row Crop 77 wide front end. I took a hub off the 1650 front end bearings and all went on the 77 front end. Nice day to work outside for January in New York.

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scootergmc

01-11-2020 07:44:33




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 Re: Updating/Converting front hubs on Super 88 in reply to scootergmc, 01-10-2020 10:18:29  
Thank you Ross for the incredible offer. I have yet to go scrounging so I will get back to you.



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RBoots

01-10-2020 20:12:01




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 Re: Updating/Converting front hubs on Super 88 in reply to scootergmc, 01-10-2020 10:18:29  
I guess I've only got one, seems like I had 2 but who knows now. Anyway, not sure if it would work or not, but if you want it, it's yours.

Ross



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RBoots

01-10-2020 16:06:26




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 Re: Updating/Converting front hubs on Super 88 in reply to scootergmc, 01-10-2020 10:18:29  
I have a front hub off an Oliver, it might be off a 1650 though. Can't remember if I have one or 2. I'll go over and get it from the other farm and post a picture of it, and if it will work, you can have it for shipping. Same goes if I have 2 of them. If I only have one, it would at least get you halfway there if it will work for you.



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scootergmc

01-10-2020 13:16:01




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 Re: Updating/Converting front hubs on Super 88 in reply to scootergmc, 01-10-2020 10:18:29  
Scrounging hubs and new bearings sounds like the plan I want to take. New hubs are more expensive than the rims I need. We do have plenty of parts in the field, mostly from bigger tractors though (1850+).



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rustyplow

01-10-2020 12:39:42




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 Re: Updating/Converting front hubs on Super 88 in reply to scootergmc, 01-10-2020 10:18:29  
New 6 bolt hubs can be had from several different places including right here YT parts. Used, hubs from 1550 1650 Maybe 1800 are heavier but will fit. Just need the bearings to fit that hub. Hubs from a 33, 35 or 40 combine are the same as the 88 hubs.



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