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    Hardware for wheel weights

    Guys just need to know what type of hardware is required to mount these wheel weights.

    I have a John Deere 318.

    I'm assuming it's 4 long studs with nuts? Not sure...

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    Two options. Either 1/2 threaded rod with nuts on both ends or carriage bolts.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Smalljob View Post
    Two options. Either 1/2 threaded rod with nuts on both ends or carriage bolts.


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    Do you know right off the top of your head the length of the carriage bolts. I'm at Home Depot right now and I can pick up for carriage bolts but I don't know if they're 1/2 by 8 or 1/2 by 10 thanks. in addition with the carriage bolts are the holes in the hub square to fit the carriage bolts?

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    Yes the wheel is square to accept the carriage bolt. The length depends on which way you have the wheels mounted. Get the 10 inch and then cut them down if needed


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