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 05-06-2007, 17:55 Post: 141857
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Hey guys,
I am having trouble finding aftermarket rims for a ford/new holland 2120 tractor. The front bolt pattern is 6 bolt on 6 7/8" center to center bolt pattern. Could someone with a new holland tc48 or tc55 tractor measure their front wheel bolt center to center (that would be to the bolt directly across not next to). I know that the tc48 and 55 tractors are basically the same as the model 2120 that is no longer made. I am thinking that when new holland changed the model number to the tc series that they also changed the front bolt pattern to the very very common 6 bolt on 6" center.
I was attempting to find used rims that would also fit the 48 and 55 but I am now thinking that I may be wrong in assuming that they would fit my 2120.

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 05-06-2007, 20:25 Post: 141860
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NH is good for changing rims and bolt patterns even within the same series like my TC33D won't fit a TC30.

Look up Unverferth.com. They're in Kalida, Ohio and are the OEM and aftermarket maker of a host of AG and construction rims, they even make dually rims and specialty stuff.






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 05-06-2007, 23:32 Post: 141865
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 NH TC48 TC55 rim bolt patterns

I bet that is actually a metric rim.

6 & 7/8 is exactly 17.5 centimeters.

My japanese Deere has a metric bolt pattern on the front axle. It is impossible to find a match for my rims outside of Deere parts.






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 05-07-2007, 23:36 Post: 141920
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thanks for the info guys. Yeah I'm sure the rim is metric... The average new rim measuring 8x16 for a 9.6x16 front tire with a 6 x 6 bolt pattern is about $75. mine for the 2120 with the 6 x 6 7/8" pattern is $287 each at the dealer.. That really hurts... I would cringe a little but pay it at $150, but $287. So Sad






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 05-08-2007, 08:14 Post: 141922
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 NH TC48 TC55 rim bolt patterns

Just wondering, is it possible to change the hubs to change the bolt pattern and if so the cost? kt






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 05-16-2007, 00:54 Post: 142135
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 NH TC48 TC55 rim bolt patterns

EW The TC33 and the TC30 rims are interchangeable.






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 05-17-2007, 22:04 Post: 142182
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Oneace, when I bought my 33D (Boomer) in '02 they had a slightly similar TC30 (supposedly not a Boomer) that sold as sort of an "economy model"--metal fenders, hood and looked like the previous Ford models. The dealer didn't have Ag tires in stock to sell, so I asked him about swapping tires and rims off the TC30, and they said the rims were different. Am I getting the models screwed up of that year?






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 05-18-2007, 11:33 Post: 142191
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In the Per-Boomer days (OLD 20 series) NH sourced the rims from Japan along with the tractor and rims are metric. When they launched their Boomer series they changed the hubs to meet the SAE standard. The TC30 was also updated to use SAE rims. All Boomer models including TC30 use a Standard US supplied rim.(TZ not included) The TC30,TC33,TC34 all use the same size and bolt pattern. The dealer was mistaken because they will interchange. The front is a 6x6 and the rear 8x8.

The SAE Standard rims will not fit the older Pre-Boomer models and I know of no one who is offering any kind of adapter kit. To change out the hubs would be very expensive.

I agree with Earthwrks that a call to Unverferth would be a good idea but, you have to be dealer to buy from them.






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 05-18-2007, 22:10 Post: 142210
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Agriman, you don't have to be a "dealer" per se to buy from Unverferth. They were going to sell to me as a contractor, but then he changed his mind at the last second and said that I needed to find anyone such as car repair shop that would want to place the order for me, then I buy it through/from that shop. If that shop wanted to mark it up that was up to them.






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 05-18-2007, 22:20 Post: 142211
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Agriman, I don't quite agree with your Boomer lineage explanation based soley on my inspection of the '02's at the time. I was told the Boomers (and the former NH website showed it too at the time) were ONLY plastic-hooded and fenders versus the plain-jane, all metal hood and fenders older looking TC30 (with no letter suffix like XXXX-D or DA) of the day. The TC30 was many thousand $ lesser too. The Bomers were being marketed to the the higher end user versus the TC30 which was offered to someone who really didn't need or couldn't buy the Boomer.






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