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    Bronze Member tw30's Avatar
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    want a tw30 2wd , nh-8870 2wd or puma 195 2wd

    Default Anyone know this part number ?

    What is the part number for the 710/70/38 tires and rims from john deere ?.

    I seen two numbers listed beside them

    4280

    Code 4980

    but when typed in on john deere parts officals website it says invalid number ?

    I think the rims are included in the part number im not 100% on this .
    they are listed as 704$ peice so i guess not
    i think it 1300$ peice with rims

    http://configurator.deere.com/servle...eProduct=false



    710/70R38 In. 166A8 R1W Radial


    Available in Firestone or Goodyear.
    Requires Code 4980 Duals. 4280
    In Base Price



    710/70R38 In. 166A8 R1W Radial


    Available in Michelin only.
    Requires Code 4931 Duals and Code 9988.


    any ideas ?

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    Advertiser kennyd's Avatar
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    Default Re: Anyone know this part number ?

    What machine? Your configurator link does not work...

    The numbers you see in the configurator are often "whole goods" numbers that are used by the sales department-not the parts counter, that is why jdparts shows it as a invalid number.

    What exactly are you trying to do?
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    Veteran Member Dutch445's Avatar
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    Default Re: Anyone know this part number ?

    that link looks like it was a configuration for a 9330 4wd tractor..
    that 4280 is a tire build code for the tractor, and it is what the
    base price of the tractor includes.
    for individual part prices, JDPARTS should give you
    at least the rim part number, and maybe even a tire
    part number, although we always use a farm tire
    deal to purchase from and mount tires for us.

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    Default Re: Anyone know this part number ?

    That is correct that you will need to access the parts catalog for wheel p/n's. Should not be too many wheel choices for that size. You probably can not even buy tires from a Deere dealer unless they have some take offs. As previous poster mentioned if needing to order tires, the ag tire shops will always have a better price. Looks like a wheel rim is approx $1120 for drivers.

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    Bronze Member tw30's Avatar
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    want a tw30 2wd , nh-8870 2wd or puma 195 2wd

    Default Re: Anyone know this part number ?

    how much would it be to buy 2 710x38's and the rims ? . i like the multi bib tire made by michelin 20.8x38 but it's 2500$ per tire .i want to put 710 wide rear tires on a 4840 and im sure the 38" rim are universal in bolt pattern . so i think to buy them as a part number for a part for a 9330 would be easier than looking around the internet for rims

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