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Years ago, there was a guy with a small business on line that was making up wheel weight kits. Essentially, they consisted of two pieces of flat bar that crossed each other at 90 degrees with a solid steel rod coming from the point where they crossed. The flat bars were drilled so they could be bolted to the rims in the traditional spots where wheel weights would fasten. The rod was threaded near the end, as I recall. That's what you bought. That's what was shipped. You then purchased cast iron barbell weights and slipped them onto the rod before tightening down the lock nut on the threaded end.

I don't know what happened to him or the business. I don't recall the name of the kit, either but I do remember them being discussed many times.
 

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I don't mind you talking about my tractor. My wheel weight brackets are not as pretty as the EZ brackets. They are made using the center section from an old set of wheels where the rim was bad from calcium. I'll try to get pictures before the tractor leaves. I'm selling it because I'm sure that we are not going to get any more snow (as I drive around Bangor in the snow). Gregg
 
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