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Re: 1710 front end too light

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Sean in PA

10-01-2019 20:19:22

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According to the parts drawings they made 33 lb. suitcase weights for the front. You could mount up to 3 of them. The part number is SBA372110050, and amazingly enough, amazon claims their seller "High Quality Parts" has them in stock, but they're $211.17 a piece, plus $83.03 shipping:


They also made front wheel weights for the 1710 which were 66 lbs. a piece. They bolt to the outside of the front wheel centers. The part number is 9611008. Unfortunately I can't find them new or used anywhere on the internet.

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10-02-2019 05:58:23

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 Re: 1710 front end too light in reply to Sean in PA, 10-01-2019 20:19:22  
The wheel mounted weights will be difficult to find. The frame mounted weights not so much.

Many dealers have a weight pile somewhere on site. Wouldn't be surprised if my CNH/Kubota dealer has weights to fit.

Another option is to visit a tractor /implement dealer and ask that they check with North States (do not sell retail) to see if they make weights to fit. Probably do, and they will not cost $200+ each.

Either will make the tractor steer hard without PS or a lifted implement.


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