Lx2610 1-1/2” Wheel Spacers

RichardAaronlx2610

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Installed some inch and a half wheel spacers on my Lx2610 today. Wasn’t too bad of a job. Heated up the old studs with a heat gun and they pretty much came right out. Mine only had 2 studs per wheel and the other 4 were bolts. Took some pictures of the weight of everything. Not sure if others are like me and interested in seeing what stuff weighs. The last picture of the hardware on the scale is the old hardware. Overall a really happy with the outcome. The passenger side pic is with spacer installed, driver side pic is with no spacer.
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B737

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what is your rear track measuring at now? ~58?
 
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dirtydeed

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I’ll measure it tomorrow. It got dark as i was Putting on my second wheel. Didn’t get the chance to measure it.
Looks good. I'm considering some for myself. What brand did you use? They don't look like anything else I've seen before.
 
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pygmyowl

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Looks good. I'm considering some for myself. What brand did you use? They don't look like anything else I've seen before.
First post here but long time Kubota owner (L3710). I just purchased a new Kubota L4760, and it will see a lot of snow blowing here in the Teton valley. I used chains on my old tractor but instead of wheel spacers I just adjusted the rear tread width by removing the wheel rim and changed the position of the rim/disk which gave me the extra width for chains. I'm thinking of doing the same on my new L4760, and on P 83 of the owners hand book it shows diagram and instructions for doing the same for my 17.5L-24 R4 industrial tires. On page 38 it lists "L4760 17.5L-24 IND" with tread at: 52.8" or 54.3" or 58.7".
I was just wondering why the wheel spacers when you can change the wheel width by adjusting the wheel rim and/or disk mounting bolts?
 
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RichardAaronlx2610

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First post here but long time Kubota owner (L3710). I just purchased a new Kubota L4760, and it will see a lot of snow blowing here in the Teton valley. I used chains on my old tractor but instead of wheel spacers I just adjusted the rear tread width by removing the wheel rim and changed the position of the rim/disk which gave me the extra width for chains. I'm thinking of doing the same on my new L4760, and on P 83 of the owners hand book it shows diagram and instructions for doing the same for my 17.5L-24 R4 industrial tires. On page 38 it lists "L4760 17.5L-24 IND" with tread at: 52.8" or 54.3" or 58.7".
I was just wondering why the wheel spacers when you can change the wheel width by adjusting the wheel rim and/or disk mounting bolts?
Yeah i didnt Notice anything back there that could have been changed around for extra width. And I never looked if you could turn the wheels around or not to gain width