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    Default bx 24 wheel spacers

    Been looking at wheel spacers for my bx,any advice on cost or function on these.Do they make the tractor more stable?Trying to reduce the pucker factor.
    08 bx24 fel bh bx panded forks

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    Gold Member Mowbizz's Avatar
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    Default Re: bx 24 wheel spacers

    In a word...yes? BroTek sells them.
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    Default Re: bx 24 wheel spacers

    I put them on this Spring and it feels better. Not doing anything different but should have more margin. Weighted tires, so the dolly helped to just roll the wheel away without needing to lift it.
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    Default Re: bx 24 wheel spacers

    Quote Originally Posted by wotalota View Post
    I put them on this Spring and it feels better. Not doing anything different but should have more margin. Weighted tires, so the dolly helped to just roll the wheel away without needing to lift it.
    Thanks for the photos,I can see the difference in the stance,how much did it cost for all 4 of them?
    08 bx24 fel bh bx panded forks

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    Platinum Member thavil's Avatar
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    Default Re: bx 24 wheel spacers

    I don't know the price of the wheel spacers, their website (Bro-Tek: Tractor Add Ons) doesn't show current prices. Also, the site doesn't show they sell wheel spacers on the homepage. To view information on the spacers, open one of the products they advertise and click on their PDF info packet. Scrool down the .pdf and you will see the other products they offer. One important item I did notice is if you have a MMM. The wheel spacers will only work with 60" MMM's.
    BX24, 60" MMM, Woods HC48 Rotary Cutter, W.R Long Flat Toothbar, 4' Farm Force Box Blade, Leinbach 7200JR PHD w/ 12" & 9" augers, Cosmo XB 3PH spreader, Pat's Easy Change, Front & Rear Bro-Tek Skid Plates, BXpanded Under Armor/Brush Forks/BH Dolly/Bucket Hooks/Tool Pouch/Work Lights, drag harrow, Larry's Mower Axle Stands, 52" Rachet Rake, Millcreek manure spreader

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    Bronze Member wotalota's Avatar
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    Default Re: bx 24 wheel spacers

    They are rear wheel spacers. $260 the pair including shipping when I got them. $220 if combined with some other Bro-Tek offering.

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    Default Re: bx 24 wheel spacers

    Quote Originally Posted by hdbear View Post
    Been looking at wheel spacers for my bx,any advice on cost or function on these.Do they make the tractor more stable?Trying to reduce the pucker factor.
    My BX23 is quite stable so I don't see any reason for wheel spacers.
    Is the BX24 less sure footed than a BX23?
    Tractors 2003 Kubota BX1500 / 2004 Kubota Bx23 / 2005 Kubota BX1500.
    Attachments 60'' Front Blade/48'' Rear Tiller/FEL/Back Hoe /
    60'' MMM/Clamp on Forks/48'' MMM
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    Default Re: bx 24 wheel spacers

    Quote Originally Posted by LBrown59 View Post
    My BX23 is quite stable so I don't see any reason for wheel spacers.
    Is the BX24 less sure footed than a BX23?
    its the same- you just dont have any hills like we do or attempt to drive on hill in awkward position..

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    Default Re: bx 24 wheel spacers

    The best safety item I ever bought for my tractor. Makes it MUCH more stable.
    wotalota used car dollies to move his loaded tires - wish I had done that - my old back ain't like it used to be.
    If you're not the lead dog the view never changes.

    BX24, loaded R4s, skid plates and wheel spacers, thumb, fold down canopy, lights, Woods RB60 and LR60, DR Power Grader, BH dolly, seatback bag, bucket hooks, leaky LF tire or rim since day 1

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    Default Re: bx 24 wheel spacers

    agree with what's been said and the rear spacers made a big difference for me. Liked'em so much I went and bought the front spacers. Not sure if there has been much more improvement with those.

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