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    Default 06 Toolcat rims

    Hello! I've looked all over the net trying to find info about Toolcats and have found more help here than anywhere. I'm trying to find out if their is any other rims that will fit on my 06. My center of stud to center of stud is 3" and needs a 4.5" center opening to clear hub. Apparently the newer Toolcats have different hubs. My stock rims are fine but I'm looking for wider rims for floatation when I'm crossing existing yards without rutting them up. I already try and protect lawns with .75 plywood. But its not ideal for all applications. I've measured trailer rims that talked about here on other post here with no luck of matching. I've called my local bobcat and they said that they don't offer a wider rim for my year.... Any info would be appreciated!
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    Default Re: 06 Toolcat rims

    You need the Bolt Circle for your wheels.

    Measure the center to center distance of any two studs straight across from each other.

    I don't think there are many different bolt circles for 6 hole wheels.

    Offset should not be a problem if using trailer wheels.
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    Default Re: 06 Toolcat rims

    Going through this right now with a customer. The wheel pattern is a popular 6 on 6 with a 4-5/8 pilot and used extensively in Ag & Compact tractors & equipment. Customer is investigating a stock generic 10x15 rim as I write to verify clearances, etc. Will be installing 29x12.50x15 trencher tires if the rim backset works.
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    What we need is more idiot control.

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    Default Re: 06 Toolcat rims

    Apparently the pattern is NOT 6 on 6 with a 4-5/8 pilot. We are at square 1.
    We have too much gun control.
    What we need is more idiot control.

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    Default Re: 06 Toolcat rims

    I measured my 5610 Series F (2012).

    Bolt Circle is 5 1/2.

    Center Hole is 4 1/16.

    It has a black plastic screw on hub cover.
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    Default Re: 06 Toolcat rims

    I finally had order a new set of turf tires, I could not wait any longer, mine were pretty much shot. Can't complain, original tractor tread style tires are still on my 06 and have 1950hrs on them. I am still searching for a wider rim. Thanks for the replys.

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    Default Re: 06 Toolcat rims

    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Boone View Post
    I finally had order a new set of turf tires, I could not wait any longer, mine were pretty much shot. Can't complain, original tractor tread style tires are still on my 06 and have 1950hrs on them. I am still searching for a wider rim. Thanks for the replys.
    My customer ordered the 10" x 15" rims for the turf tire option from Bobcat. I think he said they were $175 each and freight free on their weekly stock order. My custom rim source would have been quite a bit more $$ He is mounting 29x12.50x15 Galaxy trencher tires on them.

    After he ordered the new rims, somebody told him about a local speed shop with a rim machine and band roller that could have widened his 8" rims.
    We have too much gun control.
    What we need is more idiot control.

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