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Old 10-02-2017, 07:32:14 AM
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looking to find out what these wheels are for I purchased them thinking McCormick deering 22-36 the splines are the same but the width is about two inches shorter, they do not have the oblong hole in face like other mccormicks and the width of center hub is only 7 1/2 inches and normal in like 8 to 81/2 I can not find and casting numbers any help is appriciated.
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here is some more pics
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Default Re: help identify wheels

Diameter of the rim should tell a lot.

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Also, what does the seal side look like?
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the diameter of the wheel is 48'' I am also attaching a pic of the inside side of wheel. this all started because I was going to put steel on a WA-40 that I have and I have read that 22-36 will fit other than the holes where the washer fits. cleaned splines all up pushed on and was puzzled by the extra approx. two inches of spline I had and nothing said anyplace about using a bushing. proceeded to measure my 22-36 that has steel and there is a 2'' width difference in hub. and also they measure I think 50'' in diameter. I am leaning that these are not even mccormick because if you look even the face is different.
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Default Re: help identify wheels

Could be 90 Oliver. WD9 McCormick uses that spline but I think they are also 50"
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The W9 spline length is shorter than W40 or 22 36. But the diameter? Have to check the W9 parts book. I put W9 wheels on W40 and had to make a spacer about 3 inches long
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Default Re: help identify wheels

Thats what i was thinking also, and sorry about the seal side comment, i see the seal side now. W-9 or W-6 depending on the diameter, looks like 9 just guessing. I have been looking for some W-9 rears, by the way.
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Default Re: help identify wheels

Yes, I recon the others are correct with W9, I have a pair up on the farm that look the same and from memory the size is about right, unfortunately I don't live there now so I can't check it out for a couple of weeks. W6 is considerably smaller, you couldn't mistake them for W9 even in a photo.
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thanks for the all the help to identify these. this is a funny thing. I had two wd-9s in the past on rubber. sold them not sure now to keep these or sell now not having a tractor and how hard fronts are to find. again thanks for all the info.
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Yep, reason i'm looking for rears is i have fronts.
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