B2910 rear wheel spacers

j_lowder

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B2910
Feb 12, 2010
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Winchester, VA
I have searched multiple forums for a lead to spacers for the rear wheels of my Kubota B2910. As with multiple users, I need the additional clearance for chain over the turf tires.

I saw a reference for Kubota part number 70000-60112, spacers for a B7800. Are the hubs on the B2910 similar to those on the B7800? I cannot find a reference to the hub dimensions. Since these are special order at $195 each, I do not want purchase an item I cannot use. A return would be difficult, if possible.

Thank you for answers to my thread. If this part will not work, I would appreciate a reference to spacers elsewhere.
 

dusty-t

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Feb 17, 2009
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Mountforest Ontario
Just an idea. Check to see if your fenders can be adjusted. I have no experience with the newer tractors but my B8200 and B7200 you could raise or lower the fenders.:D Dusty
 

Edke6bnl

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B7800 Kubota, case 1840 Skidsteer Ford 3500
Mar 31, 2022
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Agua Dulce, California
I have searched multiple forums for a lead to spacers for the rear wheels of my Kubota B2910. As with multiple users, I need the additional clearance for chain over the turf tires.

I saw a reference for Kubota part number 70000-60112, spacers for a B7800. Are the hubs on the B2910 similar to those on the B7800? I cannot find a reference to the hub dimensions. Since these are special order at $195 each, I do not want purchase an item I cannot use. A return would be difficult, if possible.

Thank you for answers to my thread. If this part will not work, I would appreciate a reference to spacers elsewhere.
Here is that info. I just got off the internet, But what is the recommended thickness for the B7800
 

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Henro

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B2910, BX2200, KX41-2V mini Ex.
May 24, 2019
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North of Pittsburgh PA
I have a B2910, and understand the B7800 is the identical tractor without the deluxe features of the B2910.

The B7800 is included as a supplement to the B2910 Workshop manual.

So I am pretty sure what I understand is correct.

EDIT: Did not realize this thread started 12 years ago! Damn! Sucked in again! Not even sure why I ended up seeing it again after posting... 🥴
 
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