L2250 tires help

007kubotaguy

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I would have a set of AG wheels for the front. I see you're in Southern California I'm in central california. Send me a message if interested.
 

Anthony250f

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Different engine on your L2250. Your tractor is the direct predecessor to my L2350.
What’s odd though is online it lists a spin on for my engine

also when I checked it out mine ONLY had the filter and the spacer. In this parts diagram. Don’t know how important the other two missing parts are here circled in red

it also has a pretty good hydraulic leak around the rear axle. Not sure if it’s worth chasing it down.
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Flintknapper

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No problems with that large of a front tire/wheel??
Its the correct size for the front differential gear ratio which needs to closely match the rear (if in 4WD).

No, no problems. Factory spec for MY tractor .

IF your L2250 is not 4WD...then choose whatever you like.
 

Anthony250f

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Its the correct size for the front differential gear ratio which needs to closely match the rear (if in 4WD).

No, no problems. Factory spec for MY tractor .

IF your L2250 is not 4WD...then choose whatever you like.
I looked up the specs for your tractor and it says online it should have the same 9.5-24 rear and 6-14 front which is the same mine calls for. So sounds like 11.2-24 rear and 7-16 front should work out for mine too
 

Flintknapper

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I looked up the specs for your tractor and it says online it should have the same 9.5-24 rear and 6-14 front which is the same mine calls for. So sounds like 11.2-24 rear and 7-16 front should work out for mine too
For an R1 type tire (rolling circumference) the specs I provided are correct and should work fine on your tractor. Has worked fine on mine for 28 yrs.

It has been discussed before.

 
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DustyRusty

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I suggest that you clean the underside of the tractor with a pressure washer to get all that grime off, and that will give you a better idea of what is leaking and how bad the leak is. It will also lessen the chance that your tractor will go up in smoke. I learned early in life that if you have to wrench on something you want it to be clean so you can clearly see what you are doing and you will not be contaminating the inside when you remove a part. Think of yourself as the surgeon and the tractor is your patient that you are operating on. No room for excuses or mistakes.
 

Anthony250f

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I suggest that you clean the underside of the tractor with a pressure washer to get all that grime off, and that will give you a better idea of what is leaking and how bad the leak is. It will also lessen the chance that your tractor will go up in smoke. I learned early in life that if you have to wrench on something you want it to be clean so you can clearly see what you are doing and you will not be contaminating the inside when you remove a part. Think of yourself as the surgeon and the tractor is your patient that you are operating on. No room for excuses or mistakes.
This is after about 30 mins with a pressure washer LOL. Should have seen it before. Zero blue showing. I cleaned it up more and it’s 100% coming from the stud that goes from the transmission to the right side brake case. Unfortunately that means I have to split the cases and reseal.
The oil pan leaks a bit too.