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WTB D14/D15 NON - Power Adjust rear rim/center

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    Posted: 27 Jan 2022 at 11:54am
Looking to replace my D14 Power Adjust Rear Rims /Center with a Non Power Adjust Rear Rim and Center. 

If memory serves the non power adjust where mounted on Utility and Industrial versions of the D14/D15 tractors. 

Please send a PM if you have the above and wish to turn them into cash.  Kindly let me know of condition and price in your reply.   

Thanks ~ Orangeman
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Combine rims fit !!!! got 3  on my D-14s. 8 bolt, 8" bolt circle, 26" rims
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Have some 402-469-1738
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Use the combine rims..heavy duty are on larger combines ,uniharvestor , and others...you can get some very wide options...
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The basis for replacement is the power adjust center are exhibiting cracking.  Am reasonably certain the cracks have occurred due to swing movements being transferred from the hoe to the frame then the finals.   

Appreciate all the good insights.   Agree the Combine rims and centers would be heavier, anyone know the model combines that might interchange?  

Thanks Again ~  Orangeman
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Originally posted by orangeman orangeman wrote:

The basis for replacement is the power adjust center are exhibiting cracking.  Am reasonably certain the cracks have occurred due to swing movements being transferred from the hoe to the frame then the finals.   

Appreciate all the good insights.   Agree the Combine rims and centers would be heavier, anyone know the model combines that might interchange?  

Thanks Again ~  Orangeman


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D Series- This unit is a factory Henry hoe - no three point hitch backhoes around this farm -they're basically worthless. 
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3 Point hitch backhoes are absolute murder on farm tractors!
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I have a small towable backhoe I bought from Harbor Freight, with a 13" bucket.
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The A combines used 14.9-26 rims as well as others, possibly C and E.
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Thanks guys for all the good insights and responses.  I was able to secure a set of non power adjust locally. 

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