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How narrow can a D15 be?

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Flat47

10-08-2007 01:55:58




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On a A-C D15 series 2, how narrow can you make the tractor with the rears spun all the way in and the fronts slid in?




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Texas Denny

10-08-2007 06:34:50




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 Re: How narrow can a D15 be? in reply to Flat47, 10-08-2007 01:55:58  
This question has many answers. Allis designed the rear tread to be 54" to 80" which is the measurement from the center of the rear rim to the center of the rear rim on the opposite side. Allis made a number of different width rims and people put a number of different tire sizes on these rims. Each combination of rim size and tire size will have a different overall width. Also, the same tire size from different tire manufacturers have different widths (most notably Good Year for years was much different than Firestone et al). Basically, the width is 54" plus the width of the tire when the load of the tractor is on the tire and the measurement is taken at the widest point near the bottom of the tire (usually about 5" to 8" from the ground).

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Flat47

10-08-2007 06:48:05




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 Re: How narrow can a D15 be? in reply to Texas Denny, 10-08-2007 06:34:50  
Lots of variables, for sure. But, that"s the info I was looking for. Many thanks for a quick reply!



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