Now that you mention it, the tires are very wide since all my other tractors run 18.4-38's. The issue I am looking at is the farmer who had the one I just purchased, never put it inside. The tires are severely damaged from sitting outside in the sun and good old Wisconsin winters. Trying to decide to if I want to replace the tires or install a set of 18.4-38's on it.
Re: question on rear wheels on 2255 in reply to jordan hackman, 04-21-2013 11:43:26
We make our own 38" centers and rims. We cut out the center plate punch the holes and weld to 18" wide rims. By building the rim this way wou can offset the rim in toward the tractor so that it is not as wide. Willing to make more and ship. I will also make the center plates to your spec and you can weld them in.
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