B2650 wheel spacers

Freeheeler

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b2650 tlb
Aug 16, 2018
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Knoxville, TN
I tried searching, but with the new format I only got one find and it didn't answer my question. I've read that a lot of folks like the Bro-tek wheel spacers. I went searching for them and their site doesn't have the B2650 on their list of models. Does anyone here use them on their 2650 and if so, which model # did you have to order for them to fit?
 

RonBoyBX25D

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B2650, LP Grapple, Bro-Tek spacers, QH, Box Blade, Landscape Rake, RB, and 1560G
Aug 1, 2015
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Minneapolis, MN
It depends on if you have a MMM or not, I have the 60” and could only fit the 2” but it really helps out. I think they are the same as the B series, if you send a note to Bro-Tek they will tell you the right part and price. I believe I paid $280 for mine about 6 months ago. Reach out to Richard at bro-tek@hotmail.com
 

Freeheeler

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b2650 tlb
Aug 16, 2018
687
492
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Knoxville, TN
Thanks, I'll contact Richard. I don't have a mmm and don't really want more than the 2" spacers. I found it weird that they didn't list the 2650 but I'm sure Richard can get what I need. Thanks again.
 

Muzzy

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B2650HSDC
Feb 13, 2019
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WNY
I run with 1.5" wheel spacers on my B2650. Purchases directly from dealer.
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johnjk

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B3200 w/loader, Woods RC5 brush hog, 4' box blade, tooth bar, B1700 MMM,
Apr 13, 2017
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West Mansfield, OH
I have the Bro-Tek spacers on my B3200. No MMM on mine so no issues with clearance. I went with what they recommended 2.5 up front and 3 in the back If I remember correctly. Greatly improves overall stability on slopes and ride quality. Make sure you check the torque on the lug nuts after use.