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front and rear wheel weights B10

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richp
I was wondering if any wheel weights would work on my tractor
I did read about the guy who poured concrete into a box and used that
although it sounded very interesting ,I would really like to keep it as original as possible.

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StanS
Mike, I have found that most or all of the garden tractors that use a 5 bolt rear wheel have the same wheels. They all use the Ford 5 bolt pattern. Also a wheel weight made for any garden tractor should fit. The front wheel weights should also be standard among the various brands of tractors.

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John_RI
Hi Tim ole Pal, Now don't tell me that as long as you have know me you still don't know why I need the weights on the front wheels. I have a blade that I use on the back of my Simplicity landlord write now just to keep it from dipping over backwords->and I'm not talking about wheelies either. I'm talking about hill climbing when I use my Simplicity landlord off road. Remember when I said I laided my Simplicity landlord on its side when I was in a dry riverbed. Oh say you don't. Well then just let me refesh your memory. You see I was out in the woods with my Simplicity landlord and came across this dry river bed. So I decided to follow it up stream. Now do you remember? I thought not, well I will help you remember as you know how long it takes me to describe something let alone tell a story. Ok then I will continue "NOT" really the blade I use on the back makes the front end lite as I added 60 pounds to it for better traction and like I said real-lite when I'm going up hills. And with the dual bar tread tires on the back and with chains on each I can go just about anywhere. And I'm getting a little tired write now of my neighbors looking at me each time I head of the trail with a blade that has 60 pounds of weight added to it for better traction on the back and the snowblower on the front end to hold it down and no snow on the ground and well you know how some people can talk. So now you know "WRITE" and everyone else to. Thanks very much for asking me infront of everyone also. -->happyjack so far<-->jackl<-->P.S. Honest "Kent" Tim made me do it "SORRY" but its true he did.

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John_RI
Hi Tim, I have not been able to find wheel weights for my front wheels as they are not deep enough. At least for the 64 landlord, my 3212 has the deeper wheels and I have seen them for it. Please let me know if you have found any for the older shallow wheels. Thanks Buddy Tim->jackl<-

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John_RI
One reason you need weights for the front wheels is that
the AC's have so much torque one is constantly doing
wheelies. Thus the front wheel weights help to keep
the front end in touch with Mother Earth so you can
steer. HA.

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