I would take a look at the wheels, specifically how they are welded together. If the center is welded in so that the welds can be cut, like with a little cutoff wheel on the grinder, then I would just change the wheel offset.
I've done that several times, just free the center, drive it in or out to the new location.
Tack one side, install the wheel on the tractor, or a spare axle, in the vise. Then check for straightness. They usually sort of self-align as they are a really tight fit. tack in a couple of more places and then weld as needed to firm it up.
If they are spot welded it is a little more work but still doable. Just drill the spots out and weld the holes in the rim when doing the rest of the welding.