The front spacers cut down on the tricycle effect. It's why Suburbans had wider fronts than rears.Great advice, thank you. Bro-tek recommended 3" and Bora's recommendation was 2" on all 4 corners. Bora has a 8 week lead time, bro-tek has 2" and 3" in stock.
AND NJtool reports Kubota sells 1 & 3/8" for this machine...
So I'm thinking front spacers probably aren't necessary and trying to decide between Bro=Tek 2" or 3". They don't stock 2.5". Do you agree?
AM i being to paranoid in thinking 3" may be to much based on Kubota selling 1 & 3/8? AM I overthinking this and do yo agree fronts don't offer enough return on investment?
Geez, now even I'm confused! Help me out with a dope slap if necessary please!
I don't remember the torque setting. My son looked it up on his phone, set his fancy digital torque wrench, and handed it to me to.Do you have torque specs for the installation?
Does that butt pucker have a grapple?
I have not heard of any issues when installing them on the rear axle. Additionally, I never got around to installing mine and they are currently for sale if you are interested.
I'm at about 50 hours so far and no issues. It really helps when on even the slightest of hills. Worth it IMHO.