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Turf ag tire wheel problem L2350

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danwhitworth
Join Date: Sep 2003
Posts: 30 Mississippi
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2008-05-03          153423


I purchased (on ebay) sets of 7-16 and 9.5-24 ag tire-wheels to replace 13.6-16 and 24x8.50-14 turf on my L2350. The front 7-16 match lug holes and centerhole perfectly. The 9.5-24 rear have 8 on 8" lugs and 6" centerhole (should have 6 on 6.5" lugs 5.25" centerhole) Can't return cause of freight. Any input will be appreciated. Thanks. Dan

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Turf ag tire wheel problem L2350

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harvey
Join Date: Sep 2000
Posts: 1545 Moravia, NY
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2008-05-04          153424


Get a set of spacers for right set and have welded to new rims cut out other. DO NOT WELD WITH TIRES MOUNTED! ....

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auerbach
Join Date: Sep 2007
Posts: 2168 West of Toronto
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2008-05-04          153425


If you can get your rig to a farm tire shop, they'll fix you up. If not, ask to borrow a template that you use to define your lug pattern, so they can adapt your new rims to fit (by either bolting an adaptor to the rims, or a little cutting and welding). ....

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