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  1. #11
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    Ford 3000 (early, 65-67), Bolens G174 2 Cylinder (early), Kubota B7200E 2WD belly mower

    Default Re: Rear rim rusted out badly, can it be fixed? can one be bought?

    I have done business with Leonard before, forgot about him supplying me with this, thanks! (Same state as me too!)

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    Super Member Inspector507's Avatar
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    Default Re: Rear rim rusted out badly, can it be fixed? can one be bought?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ilikeurtractor View Post
    Contact Leonard Sheaffor (www.japenesetractorparts.com).
    That link does not work. Try this link


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    Default Re: Rear rim rusted out badly, can it be fixed? can one be bought?

    I do have a couple rims left.

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    Platinum Member Katahdin's Avatar
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    Default Re: Rear rim rusted out badly, can it be fixed? can one be bought?

    Visit a new Yanmar dealer, I think a front Ag wheel for a Yanmar LX will fit.

  5. #15
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    Default Re: Rear rim rusted out badly, can it be fixed? can one be bought?

    Dang, I bought one from Leonard, $300.00 delivered, should be at my home today. Didnt know about Yanmar.

  6. #16
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    Default Re: Rear rim rusted out badly, can it be fixed? can one be bought?

    Got my new wheel, tire and tube today, so happy, been cutting the grass with the 'flat tire' since it did not matter if I ruined it. Irregular cut, but cut at least! Thats my duck dog training "wingers" in the background.
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    Default Re: Rear rim rusted out badly, can it be fixed? can one be bought?

    Glad you found a wheel and are back in the saddle.

  8. #18
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    Default Re: Rear rim rusted out badly, can it be fixed? can one be bought?

    Thanks GP!, now to fix that ugly, bad seat, but it will have to wait until winter, I have the usual "tractor store bouncy" seat for it but it will have to wait until after hunt test season (end of October). Fabricating the bracket will be hard for me so I will be asking a lot of questions here.

    Then paint, then other tires (hopefully at an auction), then she will be a sharp looking and working tractor. Everything works and everything has been greased and oiled by me.

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