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Was given a pair of 18.4-16.1 for the 1460.  They came off a 1460.  Thought they would clear but are rubbing.

Does the axle need adjusted per book or is there something I am missing?  Or does wheel need tilted in slightly like book mentions for toe in?

 Thank you.

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Pictured graphic for a 1440,

are 1460 & 1440 same?

Or did I miss read or identify....

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Looks like the knuckles and tie rod ends are rubbing? No amount of adjusting at the center pivot is going to change that. That's a function of wheel offset. You've got the wrong rims or the combine they came off had different hubs, or maybe spacers?

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30 minutes ago, Matt Kirsch said:

Looks like the knuckles and tie rod ends are rubbing? No amount of adjusting at the center pivot is going to change that. That's a function of wheel offset. You've got the wrong rims or the combine they came off had different hubs, or maybe spacers?

Agreed.

Probably came off a Mud Hog rear end. 

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There were two different rims used depending on which hub was used. 

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I have 18.4 x 16.1 tires on my 1460.  I don't have any pictures,  but I'm sure the rim is offset a lot more than those appear to be.

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I’m going to guess they came off a 1460 with the later hub or they came off the heavy rear axle.     We have them on our 1480 with the heavy rear axle.   

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I don't know if this will help or not,  but I was at the shop and had a camera so I took these pictures to attempt to show the wheel offset.

This is a 1460

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1 hour ago, Mark (EC,IN) said:

I don't know if this will help or not,  but I was at the shop and had a camera so I took these pictures to attempt to show the wheel offset.

This is a 1460

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You have different hubs than he does as well.

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Can you change the position of the steering arm on the spindle to make it work? Thx-Ace

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1 hour ago, ZachGrant said:

You have different hubs than he does as well.

You are correct,  I went back and looked at his pictures and I see the hubs are entirely different.

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38 minutes ago, Mark (EC,IN) said:

You are correct,  I went back and looked at his pictures and I see the hubs are entirely different.

Those are the later style hub.   I’m sure that is where the offset differs

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Spoke to the original owner of the wheels - his 1460 was not 4wd.

 Thanks for the pictures.  the 1460 who I got wheels from must have had different hubs maybe 1259528C1.  Fab shop is cutting out a set of spacers to see out of curiosity.  Will keep a lookout for hubs over the winter but it would be a project.

Original tires are sitting here and can put back on.

 Thanks again for the replies.  Of all projects, this 1460 has been one of the most trying.

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Any chance you can just buy the whole rear axle from the guy?  If he's parting it out or junking it, would be a solution!   Then you would have the right offset!

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No he had the 1460 years ago.  These were on it and put other tires on before trading in.

At least now I know what I am looking for and saw a whole axle on the Internet that’s not too far away.

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