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Ok this is a question from a childhood memory. The farmer across the way had a tractor with adjustable rears that you could widen or narrow by releasing the hub and either pulling forward or backing up. Can anyone tell me what make etc this would have been? I thought it was an Oliver but I really can;t remember! :?



 

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I was thinking that AC was first with spin out wheels but not 100% sure. I've had WD , WD45 and a Int. 350 utility with those type wheels.....mike
 

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PAVT. wheels, or Power Adjustable Variable Track wheels, they are known as over here. They were always an "Optional Extra" on new tractors, and could have been ordered on almost any make. I have them fitted to my Fiat, they have heavy Cast Centres,but I never use them to adjust the track width.
I think they were fitted as standard to the MF,178 and maybe the 188.They do seem to have been used a lot earlier on your side of the water.
 
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Your system seems to work like a nut screwing onto a bolt, which is different to ours, will take a pic as soon as poss. and show how mine work :)
Would be interested in seeing what you have.
 
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That's interesting Ron. I don't recall seeing them before. :oops: Guess I'm gonna have to pay closer attention.
When we get moved and Gary comes out here, you'll have to tag along and check them out :cool:
Was that Ford design or yours?
Surely wasn't me :roll: Not 100% sure on who's it was. I know they came from the factory on fords.
 

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[quote="petra79When we get moved and Gary comes out here, you'll have to tag along and check them out :cool:[/quote]
Was that Ford design or yours?[/quote]
Surely wasn't me :roll: Not 100% sure on who's it was. I know they came from the factory on fords.[/quote]


Thanks. Now I know to watch those old fords. All the Fords at the auction today didn't have anything like that.
 
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