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  1. Hawkron

    Difference in rear wheel casting

    I found more info on the mystery 8 hole rear wheels: 383581R1 shows in the 806 parts catalog as WHEEL, 38 in. rear, Farmall tractors up to, serial no. 23000 Most of the 806s I have seen usually have 34 inch rear rubber on them... Tonight I found another unusual rear wheel casting on a 460 .. anyone know what model this rear wheel was on before this 460?
  2. Hawkron

    Difference in rear wheel casting

    Thanks for the part number. I too think this was a replacement wheel on the 1066. Probably all the owner could find at that time. Wondering that 856 was a Custom 856 originally.
  3. Hawkron

    Difference in rear wheel casting

    Thanks for the photo - could you take a look and check the part number on one of the wheels? Just want to check - thanks.
  4. Hawkron

    Difference in rear wheel casting

    Thanks Ed. Looking at the photos of these 8 holes wheels, they don't seem to have much offset in them at all. Now I am wondering if there are two 8 hole wheels out there, one for Hi Clears and one for row crop tractors? Better dig some more in the parts catalogs tonight.
  5. Hawkron

    560 serial number 502 on auction

    Thanks for the info FarmallFan. A low production serial number tractor should bring decent money and be worth the restoration of it?
  6. Hawkron

    Looking for 38" cast center 397188R1

    Try this website - can't hurt but take a little time: http://www.tractor-part.com/parts/397188r1
  7. Hawkron

    Difference in rear wheel casting

    And I found more photos with these 8 holes wheels, this time on an 856 and 1066!
  8. https://whalenauction.hibid.com/lot/41876645/farmall-560-gas-serial-502----second-560-built--/ Would this one be production number 2 or a pre-production/experimental 560? This same auction has Farmall M with serial number 505 on it.
  9. Hawkron

    Difference in rear wheel casting

    Thanks Travis - I wonder if this 3X88 came from the factory with 15.5's and was upgraded to 18.4's??
  10. Hawkron

    Difference in rear wheel casting

    Thanks for the photo of the 756 hi Clear with these rear wheels. I checked into more parts catalogs and found this wheel can go on the 966 hi Clear also. Which wheel is the 383581R1 listed for 15.5-38 tires (WH14L-38 rims)? Is this another 12 hole wheel? Sparky - does that 3X88 have 15.5 or 16.9 tires on it? The parts catalogs show 383581R1 as the wheel for 15.5-38 tires.
  11. Hawkron

    Difference in rear wheel casting

    I found the 382967R1 rear wheel in the online 756 and 766 parts book as the wheel for Hi Clear tractors. The parts catalogs state for Hi-clear tractors only.
  12. Hawkron

    Difference in rear wheel casting

    Thanks for the info! Do you know the part number of the 8 hole? Or were there 34 and 38 inch versions?
  13. A question I have wanted to ask for awhile...I see most IH tractors with 12 "hole" rear wheel castings and some with an 8 "hole" casting - what is the difference in the wheel? Besides 8 and 12 holes. Was the 8 hole casting a lighter or economy wheel? I like the look of the 8 hole wheel myself.
  14. I have a 382 Hydro cadet I am selling for family members. It still runs, has the original tires, seat, mower deck and paint. The hood is cracked a bit from being opened and the seat has a small rip on the side. Very original condition. Does anyone know what the value of this machine might be? We'd rather sell it as a unit rather than part it out or sell it for scrap metal. The 382 Hydros were only made for one year... I don't have photos of it right now but will try to get some soon.