These numbers are for 14X17.5 tires. I would like for the 15X19.5
This is the best photo I have of mine showing the tires. I know it's more than 56" outside to outside. Forget for sure but it's probably 59-60"Me too, it's for working in wood so I want the highest possible ground clearance and not too wide (less than 56 in.). If I have more than 2 in. but no more than 56" wide, I'll take the 15X19.5
The 14*17.5 R14's are the same overall width as the R4's the info in the manual is the center to center measurement. I can measure mine later today when I'm out in the barn....Difficult to estimate from a photo but if it's 59 or 60 in I would take the 14X17.5 tires which gives a width of 54 in.
ok, so the R14t tires are a bit wider than the R4.I have the tall loaded R14's on my LX3310 and center to center is 42.5" and 58" from the outside.
I want a high ground clearance and a minimum width to circulate more easily in woods and on small 4-wheel trails. I am aware that the center of gravity is higher. Indeed the ground clearance of the Lx2610 is 1.2 in. higher than the L2501 (regular tire)Higher ground clearance also equals higher center of gravity which isn't a good thing on uneven terrain. You might try wheel spacers, too.
Fwiw, from the reviews I've seen the LX has a higher ground clearance than an L01 which is a lot heavier tractor. Mine can feel tippy with loaded tires, FEL, and rear implement. I wouldn't want to go even higher without going wider with spacers.