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I've been working on a 1966 Sears Suburban-it's not mine, HONEST-and ran into a problem with the wheel weights. The bolts go thru at a slight angle that makes it impossible to get the nuts on. I tried putting the weight onto my spare rims for my Big Ten and had the same problem. It seems the holes in the weights are about a half inch too far apart. The weights on tne Big Ten have slots where the bolts go so they probably fit most everything. Looking thru a (shudder)cub cadet site, it looked like the weights were the same as these for the Suburban. Anyone have any comments as to interchangability of wheel weights?

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Don't know about weights for a Sears or Cub, but I'm running weights from a Bolens (FMC) on my Big Ten with no problems at all... Just wish I had a couple more sets! :D [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/images/johnny_box/bucket_down_small.jpg[/img]

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