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On my Allis 810GT I have 15X6-6 front tires. I want to put tri-ribs on but can't find any that fit that rim. Is there a rim from a different tractor that can be made to fit the tractor and take a tri-rib that is available? Would have to be about 15 inch tall, but width is not an issue, if they are narrower I can make spacers to position them on the spindles. Any suggestions? Thanks! Steve

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TomSchmit
Steve - The "axle" shaft on your tractor spindles are the same diameter and length as used on both the old Broadmoor series AND the large frame (Landlord/sovereign) series. So you can use the thinner wheels from a Broadmoor, or you can use the 8" wheels (with real bearings) from a large frame tractor, either the thinner wheel from older tractors or the wide wheel from later Landords. That will give you plenty of options to choose from! Tom

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dentwizz
Just keep in mind most non Simp/Allis brands use a wider bearing placement. I just did a project to make a set of deere wheels fit. Had to grind 3/8" off both the inner and outer lips.

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