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    Default Will JD 650,750 rims fit a 855

    Does anyone know if the bolt pattern on a JD 650 or 750 is the same as a 855? Or if any 650 or 750 owners could tell me what their rims bolt patterns are.

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    Default Re: Will JD 650,750 rims fit a 855

    They should be the same pattern but if your machine is 4wd, you cant replace your current ones with larger or smaller tires/rims because then the front and rear wheels will work against each other and put preventable strain on the trans axle parts that is unnecessary. just a precautious thing. My yanmar has 6 bolt pattern on the rear rims which my yanmar is the red version of the deere 650.
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    Default Re: Will JD 650,750 rims fit a 855

    Quote Originally Posted by Johndeere3720 View Post
    They should be the same pattern but if your machine is 4wd, you cant replace your current ones with larger or smaller tires/rims because then the front and rear wheels will work against each other and put preventable strain on the trans axle parts that is unnecessary. just a precautious thing. My yanmar has 6 bolt pattern on the rear rims which my yanmar is the red version of the deere 650.




    What if the 650 or 750 is four wheel drive?? If the bolt patterns are the same, they should fit right on an 855 and will most likely be ok to run.

    You're correct that one shouldn't put just any set of tires on a 4x4 tractor, especially a set off of a 2 wheel drive tractor..... unless you never put it into 4x4 but then what good would the front wheel drive assist be??
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    Default Re: Will JD 650,750 rims fit a 855

    Thanks, It is 4x4 but I am only looking for the rims. I have the correct rear tires 33x12.5-15 but need another set of rims to mount them on since an there is someone with 750 rims but just wated to make sure the bolt pattern is the same before a drove 3 hours to buy them. I know the 750 has 23x8.5-12 instead of 23x8.5-15 but I am not to concerned as long as the outside diameter is the same. The rear rims are wider but was told the 33x12.5-15 will work. I will post pictures after they are all mounted up.

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    Default Re: Will JD 650,750 rims fit a 855

    Quote Originally Posted by WIJohnDeere855 View Post
    Thanks, It is 4x4 but I am only looking for the rims. I have the correct rear tires 33x12.5-15 but need another set of rims to mount them on since an there is someone with 750 rims but just wated to make sure the bolt pattern is the same before a drove 3 hours to buy them. I know the 750 has 23x8.5-12 instead of 23x8.5-15 but I am not to concerned as long as the outside diameter is the same. The rear rims are wider but was told the 33x12.5-15 will work. I will post pictures after they are all mounted up.
    Are you looking for both front and rear wheels? The 855 front turf tires are 23x8.50-12. The front and rear wheel sizes were different between 650 and 750, and also varied with the tire type. Pages from 650/750 operator manual attached.
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    Default Re: Will JD 650,750 rims fit a 855

    JD755 Very helpful info. It saves me the time and cost of going out and buying a 650 750 manual. Do you have anything that has the rears? The set I am looking at must have come from a 650 since the fronts are 23x8.5-12 and the rears are 31x15.5-15. I am just trying to make sure the rims will work since I have the right tires already.

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    Default Re: Will JD 650,750 rims fit a 855

    Quote Originally Posted by WIJohnDeere855 View Post
    JD755 Very helpful info. It saves me the time and cost of going out and buying a 650 750 manual. Do you have anything that has the rears? The set I am looking at must have come from a 650 since the fronts are 23x8.5-12 and the rears are 31x15.5-15. I am just trying to make sure the rims will work since I have the right tires already.
    That second chart shows the 750 rears were 16 inch for turf and 24 inch for Ag tires. Neither would work with 15 inch tires. Looks like those from the 650 may work. However, the parts manual for my 755 shows those 31x15.5-15 were available for it, but only with two wheel drive. In that case the wheels were 13 inches wide, vs the 10 inch wide wheels for my 33x12.5-15. 13 inches may be too wide for your tires.

    Just looked up the 650 parts manual. They are in fact 13 inches wide. I think that would be a problem for your tires. You can look up those tire/wheel combinations on JD Parts.
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