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4255 wheel spacing

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mattroh

07-13-2019 07:10:47




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Anyone had problems moving wheels to the outer end of the axle? Issues with bearings, axle bending, or something else?

I m looking to move the tires out to 90" center to center, basically all the way out on the axle, so I don t have to drive on hay windrows when round baling. It would also let me lay out wider windrows when cutting.

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Matt




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4240 Turbo

07-13-2019 20:43:32




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 Re: 4255 wheel spacing in reply to mattroh, 07-13-2019 07:10:47  
should be fine, the row crops here guys move the insides to 30" centers then move axle mounts and a wild spacer operation out to 60" again, wayyyy beyond the end of axle to run an 8 row cultivator and have 60" between inner tires and then another 60" between inside and dual, again with wild custom spacer so as to drive in the water mark for furrow irrigation. these were 4840 models and I never knew of an issue over several years.

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Tx Jim

07-13-2019 08:32:52




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 Re: 4255 wheel spacing in reply to mattroh, 07-13-2019 07:10:47  
I think you tractor will be fine. In yrs past I've plowed many acres with axle mount dual's with the dual hubs on just far enough on axle to get snap ring on end of axle in groove. BTW my 4255 has extra long rear axles. My single rarer wheels on my 4255 are spaced wide enough today to straddle a 5' swath.



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