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10-20 Rear Axles

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Old 08-26-2008, 05:52:39 PM
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Default 10-20 Rear Axles

Calling all McCormick Deering 10-20 experts-

I'm building a hit and miss tractor using an Economy 5E hit and miss engine. While the guys in the engine forum have helped me get it close to running condition, I've moved into tractor territory.

Last Friday I bought a pair of 10-20 steel lugged wheels in the Portland trading post, and now need a way to mount them on the tractor.

I could mill out a pair of splined shafts to use as axles, but am curious if I could use 10-20 axles, or others that would fit the splines. The problem is, I don't know what the driven end of the axles look like, or how long the axle is.

Most of the replies to my wanted ads have turned up parts tractors at long distances, and I don't have the equipment to wrestle around a 10-20 carcass.

Anybody have a picture or diagram of complete 10-20 axles?

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