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    Silver Member linrick1's Avatar
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    Default Front wheels for 1900 4X4

    Hey all, the front wheels on our 1900 are on their way out....cracking pretty badly. I've got them welded up for now but am definitely going to need to replace them. Where is my best bet to buy a pair of 5 hole (5.75" o.c.) 6.00 x 16 rims without going broke? Thanks, Rick
    p.s. I looked around online without much luck....
    Ford 1900 FWD with 771 FEL
    Woods 750 BH
    Steiner 430, 60" deck, 48" snow blower, cab
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    Timberwolf TW-P1 Splitter
    Stihl 026 Pro/036 Pro/HT101/BR 340
    Honda Foreman ES
    Lincoln Weldanpower AC 225
    Simplicity 870 28" Snowblower
    Meteor 66" Snowblower
    Gravely LI/30" Brush Deck/Sulky
    Gravely 5665/50" Finish Deck/Steering Sulky

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    Veteran Member Hooked_on_HP's Avatar
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    Default Re: Front wheels for 1900 4X4

    My 1900 has a 1/4 plate welded to the outside of the rim where the lugbolts go. Then they redrilled the holes for the lugbolts. I dont know if this was to prevent cracking or to repair cracks. Either way it has held up. I think this is fairly common.
    Bill

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    Default Re: Front wheels for 1900 4X4

    Agri-Supply has wheels, and a website. Or try ebay. New would be better, than purchasing an older fatigued pair. Argi-Supply has excellent prices on wheels, about the best I have seen. I've been to Agri-Supply. Sort of a farmers warehouse, whereas Tractor Supply is sort of like Walmart.

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    Silver Member linrick1's Avatar
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    Default Re: Front wheels for 1900 4X4

    Thanks for the replies Bill and IH.....I think I like the idea of reinforcing the wheel with plate cut to fit because I can do this myself ...just dont know why I didnt think of it. Thanks again, Rick
    P.S. Its times like these I really wish I had a MIG welder and a plasma cutter...but then I realise I am pretty **** fortunate just to have my old stick welder and blue wrench
    Ford 1900 FWD with 771 FEL
    Woods 750 BH
    Steiner 430, 60" deck, 48" snow blower, cab
    CTI Forks
    7.5' Fisher P/A plow
    Timberwolf TW-P1 Splitter
    Stihl 026 Pro/036 Pro/HT101/BR 340
    Honda Foreman ES
    Lincoln Weldanpower AC 225
    Simplicity 870 28" Snowblower
    Meteor 66" Snowblower
    Gravely LI/30" Brush Deck/Sulky
    Gravely 5665/50" Finish Deck/Steering Sulky

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