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Mock up with cub cadet wide frame spindles, 4/8/15 fronts and hi runs on JD wheels out back.

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You could narrow up the front by using a B series axle or drop and narrow it with a 200 series axle or a RJ one

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Going to make a tube steel axle. Today was just a look and see.

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Thanks for the info.

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Shopping for some 3.50 x 8 tri-ribs and steel wheels for the front. Any good deals out there?

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I ended up trading this horse off. I now have  a box of parts that will be a c-120. I am reviving this thread. Or I can start new. Anyway I have the trans apart for inspection. I am going to either seal and fill the diff with grease or rearrange the pinions to create a locked diff. Opinions? We are allowed to move the engine forward but I don't want to mess up the belt angle and use of a stock belt. Any ideas? Will post pics soon.

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I know some do lock the rears. I've never seen it to be worth a doing. We run lighter oil in the rears (ATF) to save hp for the track.  Why make the rear use more up just to move the tractor ?  

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Going to run ATF. Thinking if packing the ring gear with grease for a limited slip diff.

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I wouldn't put grease anywhere in the rear. Having a correctly weighted puller  will do way more for you

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What's with the grease???  Very bad idea...you may end up blocking the oil getting to the outer axle bearings, and it is not really needed.  I think you would do more harm then good.  :eusa-think:

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