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Re: Tire size on a 400?s rear

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07-11-2018 05:58:11

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i run 13.6/38 on my M and they center up good on a 36" row. my planter and cultivators are all set up on 36"; however, my 460 has 16.9/38 and there is not much room to spare on a 36" row.
go with the 13.6/38


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07-11-2018 17:21:03

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 Re: Tire size on a 400?s rear in reply to bass, 07-11-2018 05:58:11  
You should have tons of room with a 16.9 tire on 36" rows. Move the wheels in or out. May have to reverse the rims on the wheels to get the row clearance you're looking for.

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07-11-2018 17:24:59

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 Re: Tire size on a 400?s rear in reply to wicksfield, 07-11-2018 17:21:03  
Edit to add: Or, you could swap the wheels and tires from left to right instead of removing the rims from the wheels.

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07-11-2018 11:46:39

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 Re: Tire size on a 400?s rear in reply to bass, 07-11-2018 05:58:11  
we use 18.4's on both an 806 and 856 for planting and spraying. The 806 I can't get them down to center on 30's, so they are a bit wide for them.

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07-11-2018 06:17:46

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 Re: Tire size on a 400?s rear in reply to bass, 07-11-2018 05:58:11  
Try using 18.4 on 30" row. Now that's tight!

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