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05-03-2013, 04:45 PM #1
can someone who has a 3320 wth cab thell me me how many wheel weight I can put on each side 2 or 3. thanks for your help. I am going to buy a used 2008 with 328 hours on it and the dealer said he would put on what I wanted. I am trading In my 4005 whitch has 3 on each side . I have copd and I need the cab. they will be 110 lbs each.
05-04-2013, 08:32 AM #2
- Join Date
- Dec 2003
- Western Kentucky
- JD3720 Cab, 300X loader with 4-in-1 bucket
The 3x20 series w/cab is taller than it is wide, and therefore is quite prone to being "tippy". I had mine up on three (unballasted) wheels more times than I care to count. First I reversed all four rims, no help. And I refused to pay the rip-off price the dealer wanted for wheel weights. So I installed a pair of 4" machined aluminum spacers on the rear hubs, then added nearly half a ton of RimGuard to all four tires. Total cost $550, tipping issue completely solved.
So regarding wheel weights on the 3x20 series, the more the merrier (and safer too). That said, I'm pretty sure $550 isn't enough to buy even 4 (new) 110# wheel weights.
Former Chinese tractor owner (x4)
Current John Deere owner
05-04-2013, 08:43 AM #3
- Join Date
- Jul 2012
- Southeast Minnesota
- JD 4720, JD X748SE, JD 997, Farmall "B"
Take a look at THIS thread.
It will have all the info you need. I think the weights for the 3x20's are 55 lbs
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