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I have a dumb question... well maybe it is a dumb question or not... I happen to have come into possession of a rear end for a Cub Cadet 73 I think it is. It is on a wagon in me pole barn. I have been looking at the axle extensions on that rear end and I keep seeing duallies... am I off in left field or is it possible to use say axle extensions from a cadet to mount duallies?
I got a pair of them reproduction, will be going on #3 here real soon. Tires came in yesterday, i pick up the rims thursday.
I paid $250 plus $32 shipping. I havent seen them advertised lately though. He doesnt do them often. He didnt get a bid on them when i bought them Had price set at $300. i sent him an email and got him after the auction.
I think this is his wife's emails
they look quality built.
Rudi, here is a thread from sometime back similar to what you are asking. It involves Simplicity extensions which may be similar to what the Cadet has. Maybe not but it might answer your question.
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How much does a set of original dual wheel spacers go for approximately?
I would say $300-$350 depending on where you find them. There are a few forum members I know of that have originals or have access to reproductions. Reproductions are less expensive.
My reproductions cost $250 plus shipping.
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