different wheel centers on 130

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different wheel centers on 130

Postby inairam » Sat Jan 11, 2020 5:55 pm

I am new to the 130. I saw something today. I decided to move the rear tires out plus I had to fix a flat.

The left rear had the stamped steel center like the cub with lug bolts.

The right rear I noticed had standard fine thread IH bolts with lock washers. Though it was a " farmer fix" until I noticed the thickness of the wheel center and that it was cast.

Was this standard on this series of tractors? Was it an option? Or is it from another tractor and a PO used if because it fit that was what he could get fast or cheap?
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Re: different wheel centers on 130

Postby tst » Sat Jan 11, 2020 6:07 pm

that is the way they were sold

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Re: different wheel centers on 130

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Tractors Owned: 1948 with international 1000 loader 6v - Dozer
1949 with kub klipper belly mower. mag 6v - Mom
1950 with plow, 54 blade, mott mag 6v - Roxanne
1953 54 blade, c22, wood 42 6v
1957 with c-2 mower & c-54 grader blade 6v - barn Queen
1965 lo-boy with c-3 mower 12 v - Loboy
1975 with homemade mower 12 v - Horse
1979 long strip 12 v
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Re: different wheel centers on 130

Postby inairam » Sun Jan 12, 2020 9:39 am

I am learning there is a lot of the "same but different" on the 130 vs the cub.
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Re: different wheel centers on 130

Postby Lt.Mike » Sun Jan 12, 2020 11:37 am

inairam wrote:I am learning there is a lot of the "same but different" on the 130 vs the cub.

From early A to SuperA, 100, 130, and 140 with offset and height of the tractor a weighted center on the right gives stability and safety.
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