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dual wheel adapters

Discussion in 'Wheel Horse / Toro' started by kelley, Apr 19, 2006.

  1. kelley

    kelley New Member

    Apr 17, 2006
    I don't know if this is a good place to put this but i am looking for plans to make a pair of adapters so i can put dual wheels on the back of my wheel horse c series .. anyone know of a place to find them or ?????
  2. chrpmaster

    chrpmaster New Member

    May 5, 2004
    First of all Kelley welcome to the Tractor Forum:party:

    The nices bunch of guys on the web!

    As to your question about dual wheel adapters I have seen several homemade versions of them. I will try to locate pics and post them.

    I am not familiar with that model of Wheelhorse. what size tires are on there now? Are there holes in the wheel to use to bolt the duals onto? Do you need more traction or just going for the macho dual wheel look?

    I have some on my Gravely tractor which are homemade and they work great.

  3. glenn27

    glenn27 New Member

    Feb 7, 2006
    Kelly--I have seen one or two on e-bay, i think one set went for like $40, maybe....

    Also--I do not know where you are located, but the National Wheelhorse Tractor show is the last weekend in June (23-25) in Arrendtsville , Penn.....That is a little north of gettysburg...
    They have a swap meet and sales/trading going on.....:idea: :idea:
  4. james66

    james66 Ask me I'll help if I can

    Feb 27, 2006
  5. Dutch-NJ

    Dutch-NJ New Member

    Feb 25, 2006
    I know of at least two ways to make them.

    1) Roll a piece of flat stock that fits inside the rim lips and use carriage bolts to keep the wheels together (no welding required).

    2) Make a pair of flanges and weld a tube for proper spacing (see photo).

    Here's a place where you can buy them.

    <img src="http://ccspecialties.org/pics/spacerslarge.jpg">
  6. kelley

    kelley New Member

    Apr 17, 2006
    thanks it helped a lot

    I took the flange idea and am in the process of buildign a set that seem to be not too hard to make , thanks to all for their answers ,, I will put the plans up when i get my brother in law to cut and weld the steel for me if it works ..:D ... (i can't weld worth a dang " .. )
  7. Mith

    Mith New Member

    Dec 31, 2005
    Sorry its a little late, but

    This is the way I have decided to add duals to the 312 (will work on any tractor with the standard 12" rims). Works good, but I havent had a chance to push it yet, the Ags are on order to replace the turfs (one is flat anyway).

    Shows the parts used, the steel ring (2x1/8'' flat bar) fits inside the first lip of the rim. the threaded rod holds the 2 rims together.

    Shows the holes that the threaded rod goes through, nuts hold it together, 4 per side.

    The scene inside the rim, shows the ring sitting in the rim, and the threaded rod

    Proper job!

    If I had another set of rims and tyres I would put on triples just for laughs
  8. Live Oak

    Live Oak New Member

    Dec 21, 2003
    Great pics Mith! :thumbsup: Triples would definitely be interesting to see. Welcome back and great to see you posting! Don't be a stranger! :D
  9. Mith

    Mith New Member

    Dec 31, 2005
    Chief, if I had another pair I would put them on for sure (hint hint.....anyone willing to donate to a good cause and for the sake of science :D )

    Ive been reading, havent got much time to post though.

    Cheers mate, catch ya later
  10. HarryG

    HarryG New Member

    Mar 28, 2004
    :D I enjoyed the pics. Talk about adding stability for hill mowing thats gotta be the best.
    Thanks, Harry :tractorsm :spinsmile
  11. Archdean

    Archdean Active Member

    Jul 15, 2004
    An Old :serta: , otherwise known as a (side hill WAMPUS) is the most stable, independent tests have shown!! :D
  12. Mith

    Mith New Member

    Dec 31, 2005
    Sorted, all works well, the traction is awesome