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Look at all those spokes! Nice road wheels!
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Thanks for the replies. I noticed everyone referring to the rears as "road wheels" and I noticed the "road wheels" in my parts book. So, what's the difference in a road wheel and regular rears?
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Thanks for the replies. I noticed everyone referring to the rears as "road wheels" and I noticed the "road wheels" in my parts book. So, what's the difference in a road wheel and regular rears?
Just more spokes, thereby reinforcing the wheel. The hubs and rims are the same. I have some W-30 front wheels for road work, they have heavy flat bands riveted to the rim where the skid rings generally go.
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Thanks! I need that kind of info! I know I will need an engine block as well. This one has multiple patches between the hand covers.
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A 15-30 of that vintage would probably have been equipped with the angle style lugs. Spade lugs seemed to be from 1926 and newer generally. Having said that, you could still get angle lugs as an option probably throughout production.
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A couple of things to think about. The block repairs you mention, if it was repaired decently and ran after, I wouldn't worry about it. For one thing, that's an early version of that tractor and the motor is totally different than the later models. Many parts are difficult to find, especially the early block. The later block won't interchange with that motor. From the picture, I can't see any real damage.
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