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Tires..Farmall h

Postby pokitisme » Sat Nov 25, 2017 3:11 am

I am curious are tires between tractors interchangeable. What I mean is if the lugs match up from two different types of tractors let's say a Allis Chalmers and a Farmall would those be interchangeable. Also are there solid rear and front tires for the Farmall h I'm sure I have other questions but I can't think right now I'm too tired
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Re: Tires..Farmall h

Postby Urbish » Sat Nov 25, 2017 7:53 am

pokitisme wrote:I am curious are tires between tractors interchangeable. What I mean is if the lugs match up from two different types of tractors let's say a Allis Chalmers and a Farmall would those be interchangeable.


Simply put, yes, tires are interchangeable. Much like car tires, as long as they're the same size, they'll interchange. Most antique 'working' tractors (not restored, not parade queens) I have seen on farms have mismatched tires. But I think when you say tires you actually mean wheel assemblies (rims and wheel centers). Wheel assemblies are another story. It's possible that some might interchange. I remember a Farmall F-14 my dad had when I was a kid that had (I think) Massey Harris rear rims on it.

pokitisme wrote:Also are there solid rear and front tires for the Farmall h...
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Do you mean steel wheels? Yes, steel wheels were the standard configuration during WWII due to rubber shortage.

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Postby John *.?-!.* cub owner » Sat Nov 25, 2017 9:31 am

If you are talking about solid rubber tires like you find on Bobcats, et., no, but you can get your tires foam filled at a deaer who has the equipment, but only do it on good tires not old worn out ones, because getting them off require a LOT of work.
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Re: Tires..Farmall h

Postby pokitisme » Mon Nov 27, 2017 1:34 am

Yeah I was talking about solid rubber Wheels and you're also right about the centers and the rims. Sorry this specific Salud me sometimes LOL the reason I'm asking is because you see lots of damaged tractors sold on Craigslist. You know Frozen engines and such but they have good tires Wheels whatever.
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