No, This wheel accepts bearings that have a 1.5 inch outside diameter, it will not accommodate your smaller bearings.
answered 4 years, 9 months ago
if you mean that the shaft your tire sits on is 5/8 inch in diameter then no the tire you are looking at is for a 3/4 inch axle.
Now the next important step is how much room do you have sticking out for the tire to slide down on.
OD on a bearing is important if you are replacing the bearing only and then you might be looking at a flanged (rim around) or no flanged.
The tire you have here is for a single axle no studs.
If you have 4 or 5 bolts holding the tire onto a plate and you ether screw them through the tire or the bolts stick out like a cars then the tire you have listed won't work.
Again as I tell everyone look for the clues.
The current tire will have markings on it, the rim might also and some bearings have a part or model number in the inside edge or rim, you may have to clean some dirt or grease off to see them but you also have the device the tire was mounted to for clues.
The model of the device can also be looked up and a parts list found which could lead you to the type of tire needed as well as a part number it goes by and then a search on the web might just lead straight to it.
I cannot stress this enough, measure, look for numbers, names of manufacturers, model types as well as serial numbers.
Some web sites for equipment won't give you part numbers or exploded views of your equipment unless you can prove you have something from them and serial numbers prove this.
Clues will always solve your questions.
answered 4 years, 8 months ago