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A little rusty

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KLPinNC

07-30-2020 05:04:53




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I was using my 550 to move some dirt, stopped for a water break and seen the tube looking back at me. I found a rim 50 miles away, cleaned it up and painted it. The hardest part was getting the tire off. I put it on the new rim less water.




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rrlund

07-30-2020 06:22:23




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 Re: A little rusty in reply to KLPinNC, 07-30-2020 05:04:53  
It's a sinking feeling isn't it? I walked in the toolshed at about 11 yesterday morning and the 2-105 was sitting lopsided. I pumped it up and chloride was leaking out buy a blemish next to a cleat. I called the tire guy and he had it fixed so I could bale with it by the time I was done raking.



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J. Schwiebert

07-30-2020 06:00:53




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 Re: A little rusty in reply to KLPinNC, 07-30-2020 05:04:53  
That looks like a rim for snap on duals and not a 550 Oliver rim.



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KLPinNC

07-30-2020 11:25:26




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 Re: A little rusty in reply to J. Schwiebert, 07-30-2020 06:00:53  
It's a 12 X 26 inch 6 loop, 14.9 X 26 tire.



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SW3

07-30-2020 06:29:54




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 Re: A little rusty in reply to J. Schwiebert, 07-30-2020 06:00:53  
Nice work, you certainly got full life expectancy out of the first rim! I have the identical rims on my 550. The bolt loops attach to the center wheel disc. Disc/rim can be bolted multiple ways to set wheel spacing.



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