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Went to an auction this past weekend. There was a nice 8n there that went for $1500 and a 641 with a loader went for $1050. I picked up a couple of things for one of my farmall cubs. I did spy, tucked away on a self back in the garage, a set of dual wheel spacers with the adapter nuts. Aparently no body knew what they were and I bid and picked them up cheap. I did have to try them on when I got home.
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them look nice.

I seen a guy ? plasma cut or cnc a set of spacers out one time.

I even seen homebrew lug adapters from a machine shop.. but they are hard to dupe, and hard to beat the oem.

very nice find you lucky dog!
 

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I quess you could get a machine shop to make you up a set and I'll bet it wouldn't be cheap. The adapter nuts are unlike the standard wheel weight adapters nuts because half of it is square and the other half round so it fits snug in the hole. I was lucky enouhgt to get these, good thing no one else knew what they were.

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Good deal, never know what you'll find at an auction. :D
The old tractor looks great with the duals on it, but I think you'll need a bigger disc. ;)
 

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That looks great! I love it :D
 

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Kirk-NJ,
Thanks for posting the pictures of the dual adapters. Your tractor sure looks nice with the duals and the mounted disc on it too.
Regards,
Chris
 
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