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    Silver Member CrazyQ's Avatar
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    Default Fenders OFF

    Has anyone taken the fenders off a DK45S ROPS before? I want to have clearance for some Canadian logging chains, ey. A tear comes to my eye when I think about getting out the reciprocating saw.
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    Default Re: Fenders OFF

    How about getting some spacers...

    I think there are a few threads on this for chain clearance.

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    Default Re: Fenders OFF

    You should have adjustable rims.
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    Default Re: Fenders OFF

    Quote Originally Posted by wallace View Post
    You should have adjustable rims.
    They are out all the way...as suggested by bearhawk I may need to look into spacers. I could use the extra width for my hills anyway.
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    Default Re: Fenders OFF

    CrazyQ, If you are thinking about wheel spacers I just had a set made for my LB1914. I was not able to get my chains on because the tire was so close to the fender. I had them made by Fred Geoske at Wheeladapter.com. The quality was great and he had them done in less than a week from the time I placed the order. Check him out.

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    Default Re: Fenders OFF

    Here's a couple of pictures.
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    Default Re: Fenders OFF

    Those wheel spacers are sexy !!

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    Silver Member CrazyQ's Avatar
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    Default Re: Fenders OFF

    Quote Originally Posted by jab11854 View Post
    CrazyQ, If you are thinking about wheel spacers I just had a set made for my LB1914. I was not able to get my chains on because the tire was so close to the fender. I had them made by Fred Geoske at Wheeladapter.com. The quality was great and he had them done in less than a week from the time I placed the order. Check him out.
    What's the width of those bad larry's?
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    Default Re: Fenders OFF

    Fred did mine too. Good guy.
    2008 Kioti CK-35 w/ FEL, HST, toothbar, R1, RimGuard, 2" wheel spacers
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    Default Re: Fenders OFF

    CrazyQ, They are 2 inch each. Tomorrow I'll take a picture with the chains on.

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