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    Default 04 mccormick deering rear tire removle

    -100_0279-jpgI have tried to heat them up i tried to cool them rapidly i even tried to pull them off with another tractor but they do not want to move at all any ideas will help thanks.-100_0278-jpg

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    Default Re: 04 mccormick deering rear tire removle

    I would take a look and see if there is a pin or a set screw that is holding them on.From the photo it looks as though there is a flat spot in the hub were a set screw could be. You said you heated it up and cooled it. If you don't already know you have to heat up the outer hub and keep the axle cool. The hot part will expand and the axle will stay the same size or contract if you cool it.
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