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  1. #31
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    My problem would be finding the rims as well. No heavy equipment salvage around my area and the ones I've checked with don't have any or want a fortune. I'm not working this machine, just a hobby, so I'm on a budget.
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    212 grader 1R
    Farmall Super A
    Ford 4000 Industrial w/backhoe & loader
    1947 CJ2A
    1950 CJ3A
    1962 WM300 Power Wagon
    Hit & Miss Engines

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    Got my rims thru HOLT CAT Used Parts...in San Antonio...They have resources that can help locate parts...
    The rims I use are the safe type made to use tubeless tires...
    I only maintain my lane and our community ranch road...
    A budget can be adjusted to buy needed parts...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarlsCAT View Post
    I use 11.2 x 24 8pr Titan tires...tubless...mounted on rims off a CAT 112...with no problems...
    Do I understand you correct? The wheels (drive) for a 112 and a 212 are interchangeable? That being the case, I think I will start looking for a set.

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    Yes sir...The lug bolt pattern of the CAT 212 and CAT 112 are the same...The only difference between them is the CAT 112 rims are wider than the CAT 212 rims...I have made previous post about this...which may have more information ...Please refer to them....
    The CAT 112 rims have the newer safer locking rings...AND, tubeless tires can be used with them...Which is what I have...11.2x24 Titan 8pr Tubless R1 tires...I could not mount the 11.2x24 tires on the old CAT 212 rims...The rims were just too narrow...So, after looking at, and measuring the rims on my CAT 112, looking at the parts manual for the CAT 112, I started looking for a set of rims from a CAT 112...Like I said, I got my used rims from HOLT CAT Used Parts in San Antonio...Now, there are different makes of the 11.2x24 tires...I just happened to find a real good deal on a set of 4 TITAN'S at the time...ONE THING TO REMEMBER...8pr tires have the load range for the grader...6pr tires DO NOT...considering the CAT 212 weighs @ 14,000#...
    Now, I sandblasted, primed, and painted my CAT 112 rims...Took tires and rims to my local tire dealer that handles truck and tractor tires, and had them mounted...My dealer showed me that my tires were tubeless, and the rims were made to use tubeless tires...The rims have two piece locking rings, and will use an O-ring on the rim to seal the tubeless tire on the rim...Oh, and a tubeless valve stem is also installed on the rims...Easy mounting for all 4 tires...
    So, I recently added to my lane...some crushed limestone road base,...using my CAT 212 to spread and smooth it out...This afternoon, I spent 4 hours on my CAT 212 grading our community ranch road...which is a mile and a half long...gravel, crushed limestone road base, and some crushed granite...making 3 round trip passes...Sooooo, there you have it...If I can do it at 75,...anyone else can do likewise...
    Finally, Call Dana/Florin in Sacramento...He just may have a set of CAT 112 rims...Mind...rims are not cheap,...but used ones are a lot less than new ones...
    Respectfully, Carls Cat...

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    Thanks! I thought I understood correctly, now to look for some rims.
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    You might check with General Gear in Boise, Idaho...They have a lot of CAT machinery...
    Respy, CarlsCat...

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    Default Front tires?

    CarlsCat

    We have a 1953 112 with the 9.00 x 24 ribbed front tires. We need two new ones. Do I understand that the 11.2 x 24 will work for the front or only the rear wheels?

    JanM

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    Wellllllll, Sir,...
    My CAT 212 9T2508...has 10.00x20 wheels on the front...They are some old retreads...that need to be replaced...I'm looking for a couple of good truck tires to replace them...This grader has the 11.2x24's on the drive wheels...
    My CAT 212 9T4057...has 11.2x24 Alliance tube type tires on the front...They work just fine...This grader does not have power steering which can make it difficult to turn if not moving...Otherwise, no problems...
    So, 11.2x24 tires will probably work on a 112...in place of 13.00x24's...They're less than 2 inches narrower...
    Respy, CarlsCat...

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    Default Denman Tyre

    One of Our members has a 10-00-24 8 ply Denman Tyre in really good condition , no Cracks at all and photos he sent Me looks like 70-80% tread . I will try and add His Photos , not my Forte really . He is asking $600 AUD for it, or about $450 USD .You can Ring Kevin on 61-7-46968325 or Cell on 0428 790096 . Situated at Toowoomba Qld .
    H'mm, tried to transfer His Photos , but no Luck . Send Email to Me at lh.md.jones2@bigpond.com and I will forward Pic's .LJ

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    Default Cat 212 graader tires

    I have 11.2 x 24 tires on our 9T machine. They are manufactured by Goodyear. These are not farm tires as the farm tires do not have an ample load rating per tire that these have, which I believe to be 2950# each. The tread pattern on these tires is very similar to the machines currently being manufactured. With such low demand for the 10:00 x 24 tire, you will essentially be getting a low quality, high cost tire. The 8:25 x 20 tires out there I am told are that way. I will attempt to post a picture as this is not the first time this subject has come up.

    We went through this tire wheel dilemma with the Allis Chalmers D we restored. The 8:25 x 20 grader tires were $500.00 each, utilizing a lock ring rim with a tube type tire. We converted it to 7.5 X 22.5 demountable tubeless rims and mounted 255 x 22.5 tires. The Correct Police may not like it, however it is no longer a danger to anyone working on the tires, for fear of a lock ring departing the rim. The tire/rim combination looks great. Clearances are not a problem between the tires and the chain cases.

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