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Can anyone tell me what the bolt pattern is for the front rims on an L345DT. Ive looked and cant find that info. Im wanting to buy 2" wheel spacers
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Can anyone tell me what the bolt pattern is for the front rims on an L345DT. Ive looked and cant find that info. Im wanting to buy 2" wheel spacers
You DO NOT use spacers on the front, all that will do is cause you a ton of grief!

Now why would you even want to do that?
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I have a special circumstance and need wheel spacers or cut out the centers and reweld. Spacers will allow me to put my wheelbase closer to stock.

Plan would be to flip the wheels left to right then add 2" spacers like you suggested in a thread of mine:

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...The issue is that you have an aftermarket loader that wasn't exactly made for that model tractor.

My suggestion would be to flip the rims and figure out how much offset you need and figure out either different rims or wheel spacers to keep it as close to the inside as you can to reduce stress on the front axle. ....
http://www.orangetractortalks.com/fo...t=36173&page-2

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I have a special circumstance and need wheel spacers or cut out the centers and reweld. Spacers will allow me to put my wheelbase closer to stock.

Plan would be to flip the wheels left to right then add 2" spacers like you suggested in a thread of mine:



http://www.orangetractortalks.com/fo...t=36173&page-2
Awww yes I remember now...well you reminded me.

Let me do some digging to see if I can find out the pattern and size.
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6 bolt, 152.4mm (6"), 117.4mm (4.622")centre hole, 14mm wheel bolts. Does that sound right?

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OK, So I read up on the proper way to measure (according to the interwebs) and I come up with 6 on 6"

I measured inside of one stud to outside of the opposite stud and got 6" exactly
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This is the only set I could find.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/2pc-2-inch-....c100752.m1982

Mike got a set on Ebay for cheaper, but they don't look like they are available any longer.

http://www.orangetractortalks.com/fo...ad.php?t=39587
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This is the only set I could find.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/2pc-2-inch-....c100752.m1982

Mike got a set on Ebay for cheaper, but they don't look like they are available any longer.

http://www.orangetractortalks.com/fo...ad.php?t=39587
Thanks for looking for me Wolfman, I bought the last (I think) in that ebay link was like $55, cant beat that be here in a couple weeks
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