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9 bolt 38 wheels

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Rottenground

12-06-2018 17:02:18




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I have a JD A with 9 bolt pressed steel wheels will 9 bolt wheels say off a 1066 be the say bolt pattern and fit on my jd hubs or will any 9 bolt wheel fit thanks




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535353M

12-06-2018 17:20:41




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 Re: 9 bolt 38 wheels in reply to Rottenground, 12-06-2018 17:02:18  
9 bolt should be a standard fit,there is 8 bolt which is smaller,10 bolt which is larger.



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DrAllis

12-09-2018 04:51:31




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 Re: 9 bolt 38 wheels in reply to 535353M, 12-06-2018 17:20:41  
They should fit just fine but, they should also be a heavier gauge and probably double thick at the 9 hole circle. What I'm saying is....they will weigh a little more.



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535353M

12-09-2018 07:35:19




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 Re: 9 bolt 38 wheels in reply to DrAllis, 12-09-2018 04:51:31  
yes,-- heavy duty can weigh as much as 75 # or more,bead area,centers and 9 bolt area can be double thickness.



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