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whats the difference in the 3 sizes and what kinds of tractors will they fit ? - i know there are shorter ones called spacers or something and longer ones for dual wheels ? - but what is what ? do they have to have holes to work ? what size fits b series tractors and do they have to have holes or no holes ? what are the differences ?

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The one for the right side of a B-series must have a hole on one end to go over the end of the axle stub that sticks out (where you adjust the "traction control")... You'd need different lengths to add 6", 8" or 10" wide wheels. There was orginally an even shorter original one that was used to space the wheels out to clear a loader's subframe. I think these were about 3" or 3-1/2" long... Most 5-lug garden tractors (Cub, Deere, Bolens, Simplicity, WheelHorse, etc.) use the same bolt pattern, though the wheels may have different offsets so that some stick out more than others...

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