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    Veteran Member General Lee's Avatar
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    Default Valve stem protection

    I have been noticing on a lot of the recent pics of tractors members are posting that the valve stems aren't protected with the little steel surround. My 09' B3200 has them and thank goodness they do because of the work I have been doing with mine. Just curious if kubota has stopped installing them?
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    Platinum Member Evil the Weasel's Avatar
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    Default Re: Valve stem protection

    It depends on the type of tires you order. The R4's on the 2620 had them, but my bar/turfs and the turfs that were on a 2920 did not. One thing is for sure, if your rims do not have them, don't risk your life by welding them on with the tire mounted.
    EtW - Kubota B2620

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    Gold Member ericdube's Avatar
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    Default Re: Valve stem protection

    Quote Originally Posted by Evil the Weasel View Post
    It depends on the type of tires you order. The R4's on the 2620 had them, but my bar/turfs and the turfs that were on a 2920 did not. One thing is for sure, if your rims do not have them, don't risk your life by welding them on with the tire mounted.
    FWIW, my 2011 B2620 also has them on the rims that came with my R4 tires.

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    Platinum Member bikerdib's Avatar
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    Default Re: Valve stem protection

    Evil must be right. My B3300 with R1s does not have the protectors. Wish it did. Kind of funny some of the design decisions.
    '12 John Deere X320; '10 Kubota B3300SU with 504 loader with Kubota Quick Attach, Home built forklift carrier that fits on the FEL or 3 point, Landpride SGC0660 grapple, 3 point grader blade, 3 point dump bucket, BH77 backhoe, Bro-Tek ripper/trencher, 3 point subsoiler, Landpride RCR 1860 rotary cutter, 3 point log splitter, 3pt quich hitch, Pat's Easy Change, and hydraulic top link

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    Default Re: Valve stem protection

    i have a L3800 with ag tires and they dont have them this week end i was brush cuttting and the next mornimg i had an air less rear tire would be nice if they did

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