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#16 classic ONLINE  

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Posted November 07, 2017 - 12:42 AM

Thanks for the pic. I would just make some out of bar stock, also. It would be a good rainy day project if you have some spare time.

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Posted November 07, 2017 - 07:38 AM

Thanks for all the replies guys. Bar stock sounds like a great idea. I am going to take up wilburj on his offer this week. If you make a bunch I will be happy to purchase some of them from you. Even if you just get the holes in them I can tap them and shape them as necessary. Thank you for offering the help.



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Posted November 07, 2017 - 09:11 AM

I have a detailed drawing I can try to post tomorrow.  One hole is a through hole for a 1/2 bolt.  The other is a tapped 1/2-18 NF (fine thread) I believe.  The FMC version of your pictured Bolens weight states max stack of three weights. Casted right into the weight.  The Bolens weight does not state a max but I wouldn't push it past three.

1/2 - 20 in normal fine thread  and 9/16 would be 18 tpi.



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Posted November 07, 2017 - 12:50 PM

  The Bolens weight does not state a max but I wouldn't push it past three.

For sure, even three stacked would be a LOT.  I have one set on now. Might be very interesting to put the additional two on for a show. You don't see as many of the flats as you do the 'donut' weights.


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Posted November 08, 2017 - 09:47 AM

I just laser cut 4 pieces from 3/8" plate at work. I can make as many as you need. I'll see what the price would be.


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Posted November 08, 2017 - 11:21 AM

I just laser cut 4 pieces from 3/8" plate at work. I can make as many as you need. I'll see what the price would be.

Thank you so much. I'll send you a PM and we can discuss.



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Posted November 08, 2017 - 06:26 PM

Check out the related thread on wheel weights on an 1886. I described them on that thread and included some pics. Also check out the Operators Manual for any Large Frame tractor that shows the 15" weights. It clearly states to use only up to three (3) weights on each rear wheel.

 

The original "mounting washers" seem to be mild steel with a galvanized coating.


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Posted November 13, 2017 - 12:21 PM

I tried to keep the price as low as possible, but this is the result minus shipping quantities are the minimums I would need to buy to get that price. Description 3/8" HRP&O laser cut and tapped 1/2-20 (one hole) no finish (I can have them clear zinc plated for for a little more $)

4- $38.70 ea

8- $21.34 ea

12-$15.55 ea

24-$9.77 ea

36-$7.84 ea

72-$5.91 ea

144-$4.95 ea

 

 

 

I currently have interest for a total 36 pieces ($7.84 each).

 

Let me know if there is anybody else interested in these.



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Posted November 13, 2017 - 01:00 PM

36 more and we can get them at $5.91 each, thanks Bud for doing this and hope we get more orders.



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Posted November 18, 2017 - 08:16 AM

first read Bud W's post and thought "who would ever need 144 washers"? nice to see it's a group price and can be available to all...


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Posted Yesterday, 12:45 PM

I would be interested in 4




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