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Aftermarket dual hubs,1566.


 
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Sean in P.C. NE
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 28, 2009 4:56 pm    Post subject: Aftermarket dual hubs,1566. Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Are there dual hubs that a guy could run 10 bolt 18"x42" rims say from a Case IH magnum tractor? I converted the inner duals from 20.3x38 to 18.4x42 tires. The tire place had the step rim of 18x42" for the cast center of 38", but I don't want to run my current M&W 9 bolt hubs that are 1/2" fine thread studs. The guy before me was breaking these studs fairly easy. The 10 bolt has the bigger bolts(3/4" bolts I think). And I think those would hold up much better. Does anyone know of such a hub for the 3-1/2" axle of the 66' series tractor? I know the Magnum tractor is different but axle size i think is the same 3-1/2". Any help would be awesome! Thanks!
 
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 28, 2009 6:24 pm    Post subject: Re: Aftermarket dual hubs,1566. Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Im not sure what you are doing but i think you want to put the hubs from a magnum on a 66 series tractor. You might be able to just change the wedges and keep the hubs. underferth has what you need i think. I did that ,went from a magnum to a puma and they had the wedges for the hubs.
 
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 28, 2009 8:27 pm    Post subject: Re: Aftermarket dual hubs,1566. Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Yeah could give that a try. The only difference between the 66' axle and magnum is that the 66' has the "rib" and I believe the magnum has to notches 180 degress apart. Just like a dual keyed shaft. Yeah remember now that the magnum uses two wedges with ribs on each one to fit the axle. If Underferth would have such a conversion of one half wedge being a half circle, and the other half to fit the 66' series top cut outs that would be perfect! Thanks for the help Erik!
 
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