Kubota B5200 Rim PN KUB-66414-17520 Tire Size 7-16

Tschutt

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B5200 KUBOTA
Apr 9, 2022
3
0
1
Smoaks, SC
Hello,

I am new to tractors in general. Currently I am trying to figure this tire information out. I have all turf tires right now and one is degraded. It is currently a Bridgestone 29x12.00-15. When I try to find this online it is out of stock or the numbers don't match up perfectly. I called a dealer and they said the 7-16 ag tires are $125 but I would need a new rim. When I look for the rims online they are roughly $300-$400 each. I could buy everything and move on but I don't want to have this problem again. Has anyone else had this issue? Can I upgrade to a newer rim/tire that's on current kubotas and make my life easier in the future?
 

Roadworthy

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L2501 HST
Aug 17, 2019
1,375
325
83
Benton City, WA
I can't offer much help with your issue other than to caution you if your tractor is four wheel drive there is a ratio to be maintained between the front and rear wheel circumferences. You should also note that and ag tire is not the same as your turf tires.
 

PoTreeBoy

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L35 Ford 3930
Mar 24, 2020
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416
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WestTn/NoMs
Hello,

I am new to tractors in general. Currently I am trying to figure this tire information out. I have all turf tires right now and one is degraded. It is currently a Bridgestone 29x12.00-15. When I try to find this online it is out of stock or the numbers don't match up perfectly. I called a dealer and they said the 7-16 ag tires are $125 but I would need a new rim. When I look for the rims online they are roughly $300-$400 each. I could buy everything and move on but I don't want to have this problem again. Has anyone else had this issue? Can I upgrade to a newer rim/tire that's on current kubotas and make my life easier in the future?
Here's a Firestone https://www.otrusa.com/shop/lawn-garden/29x12-00-15-6pr-c-firestone-turf-and-field-tl/
They aren't cheap and you'd need to ask them the rolling circumference.