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Since I left mostly sand outta my loader wts removing them I dug up my last heavy round irons I scored years back and turned them into two 60lb each wts. Then I added a 25lb wt lifting disc to the outside. To late for a test drive in the snow tonight.

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Hoping 85lbs on each wheel is enough, but the bolts are long enough for one more wt lifting disc.

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MPH

Brett, that wasn't a problem on this Gilson as this is what the hub is like on both sides

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You have me wondering now how they fit on the 64LL and the B-112, will have to check it out as I don't recall reaming out the center at all. The center hole is 1 and 7/8 inches, I used a hole saw to cut a plug to drop in to make finding center easy.

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GLPointon

Nice job Marty...When I did my Loader project I found that Kwik-Way recomended 300lbs of rear counterweight.

I had 100lbs of fluid in my rear tires and 100lbs of rear weight & hydro tank and 50lbs wheel weights = 250lbs...but with ME on the seat its not a problem :D

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