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I made these stud adapters to make changing rear tires on my garden tractors a bit easier.  Just take a couple of fine thread 7/16 bolts (7/16-28 UNF, I believe) and cut off the heads.  Screw them into the hubs finger tight until they're snug and it makes aligning and mounting rear tires a lot easier.

 

 

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I MAKE THOSE ALL THE TIME FOR PUTTING TRANNYS IN.

ONE OTHER THING TO HELP YOU IS TAKE A HAK/SAW AND PUT A SLOT IN THE END SO YOU CAN USE A SCREW DRIVER TO PULL THEM OUT IF THY STICK .

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Also there's these for those that are interested. I love them, they are SO handy!

 

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:text-yeahthat: If B-100 ever gets them in stock again:ychain:...never mind I see he has now...my bad Bob ... off to order a set!  

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On 9/20/2016 at 7:53 AM, T-Mo said:

I made these stud adapters to make changing rear tires on my garden tractors a bit easier.  Just take a couple of fine thread 7/16 bolts (7/16-28 UNF, I believe) and cut off the heads.  Screw them into the hubs finger tight until they're snug and it makes aligning and mounting rear tires a lot easier.

 

 

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Just now, Jerry77 said:

I made these stud adapters to make changing rear tires on my garden tractors a bit easier.  Just take a couple of fine thread 7/16 bolts (7/16-28 UNF, I believe) and cut off the heads.  Screw them into the hubs finger tight until they're snug and it makes aligning and mounting rear tires a lot easier.

Can't believe I have been struggling with these rear tires on mine  ---my poor old brain couldn't see the woods for the trees...thanks much for the tip--best one I have had for awhile.:)

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