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one of the experts may know more but every 5 bolt wheel pattern I have run into interchanged. some of the "newer" stuff had no bolts, the wheel just slides on a keyed shaft. anyway, B wheels should fit a Big 10 yes

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guess I read the question wrong. No you dont have to get wheels from a B for a big 10. I have JD wheels on a B 12 and Cub Cadet wheels on a David Bradley and Applegate wheels on a Sears. They pretty much all fit if they are 5 bolt wheels.

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The offsets on some wheels are different. I bought a pair of 9" rims (brand unknown, but I think it was a Sears), hoping to mount 10.50 lug tires only to find that the offset is wrong. They rub the cone clutch on my HB-216 and the loader subframe on the 2012. I haven't tried them on the Big Ten to see if they'll fit it...

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The 12 inch, 5 lug wheels are interchangeable so long as the back spacing is correct. I have 7.5,8.5,10.5,and 12 inch width tires that all fit my tractors. I widened my own wheels for the 10.5 and 12 tires.

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