B7200HST rotted rims - discontinued parts ??help??

lubbadubb

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I have a fully operational 1986 Kubota B7200 HST with 60 deck and 4ft front loader. My problem is that my rear rims rotted to the point they crumbled to the ground. They are no longer available. I have 31x13.5x15 turf tires. Getting the tires is not a problem. I am desperate to get rims. Any suggestions? I have called every junk yard and Kubota dealer within 500 miles of me. I would also settle for a different tread. I just want my tractor up and running again.
 

N3BP

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That's the closest I could find and I'm not sure if the offset is even correct....

Also give All States Ag Parts a call. Ask if machine EQ-36823 sill has the rear rims. They are exactly what you need.
 

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kenrevo

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I had a similar issue with my B9200 and determined that one of the current rear rims would work (Don't remember which); the only difference was 16mm vs 17mm bolt holes. Since I needed tires also, I ordered a tire package through sales instead of parts and was cheaper then the cost for the rims through parts.

I did a lot of research (manuals and forum) and a visit to the dealer to take measurements. I started by looking at models that had the same tire size as mine (12.4-16).
 
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fried1765

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I had a similar issue with my B9200 and determined that one of the current rear rims would work (Don't remember which); the only difference was 16mm vs 17mm bolt holes. Since I needed tires also, I ordered a tire package through sales instead of parts and was cheaper then the cost for the rims through parts.

I did a lot of research (manuals and forum) and a visit to the dealer to take measurements. I started by looking at models that had the same tire size as mine (12.4-16).
Ordering parts from the dealer sales department, through the Kubota "whole goods" system is always MUCH cheaper than ordering through the dealer parts department.
 
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b454rat

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If you can weld, you can buy the rim and the center blank, in any width or offset you want. Millertire.com
 

Frenchie1919

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I have a fully operational 1986 Kubota B7200 HST with 60 deck and 4ft front loader. My problem is that my rear rims rotted to the point they crumbled to the ground. They are no longer available. I have 31x13.5x15 turf tires. Getting the tires is not a problem. I am desperate to get rims. Any suggestions? I have called every junk yard and Kubota dealer within 500 miles of me. I would also settle for a different tread. I just want my tractor up and running again.
I just purchased these for my B7200 Tractor. https://www.farmlandtractor.com/i-119292-16x5-5x6ku-kubota-wheel.html
 

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