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Hello all after reading this thread i had to join the forum.
I have a 1919 Fordson that the last time i ran it was at the Fordson tractor show in Springfield Mo.
My grandfather bought a 1919 Fordson during the depression to farm with after his new Case was repo-ed by the Bank!
My Cousin and I both bought 1919s to honor our grandfather.
My cousin found his in nebraska, and i found Mine in Washington state. we have com-paired our tractors and there are differences.
Sorry I don't recall them all right now but one thing I do know My 1919 was made late in the year as my cousins was too. but mine, the rad. sides have casting lines where the holes used to be. and my cousins didn't. it is like the mold was filled in and just an impression was left of the holes. very faint casting lines are visable there. I will check for casting dates tomarrow.
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Does anybody have a history on the back wheels? I have some later wheels on my 1919 tractor. They have big hubs that go over the end of the axle cover to cover the bearings. I tried putting a spare wheel on there, and noticed that the hub on the wheel had a much smaller sleeve and the end of the axle was no longer covered.

the wheels are 7 spoke, the cleats are drilled, but the wheel has the big hub and the wheels itself doesnt have the 2 direction pattern pre-drilled for the cleats.

maybe i am lucky and have a test version on an earlier model.
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Welcome to STAK h.......
Please post a photo, or four, so we can see exactly what it is you have.
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The two-direction pattern for the cleats was added in 1926, so the wheels are probably post-7 spoke and pre-26.
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Habe attached pics of the original not the new one. Thanks for the replies
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