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    Default John griffin517

    Hey people
    I live in southbury ct. I have a small horse farm and I actually stumbled on this web site looking for wheel spacers for my John deere 110 tlb backhoe. As most know we got hammered last weekend with over 3' of snow. I would have been lost without my loader. I run chains on it but would like to get a little more space from the fenders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johngriffin517 View Post
    Hey people
    I live in southbury ct. I have a small horse farm and I actually stumbled on this web site looking for wheel spacers for my John deere 110 tlb backhoe. As most know we got hammered last weekend with over 3' of snow. I would have been lost without my loader. I run chains on it but would like to get a little more space from the fenders.
    Check with your operators manual. Most tractors, you can configure the wheel rim to hub to space the tire for a wider stance. Or simply search your tractor type plus "wheel spacing adjustment" should turn up a lot of info.

    BTW, welcome to TBN.

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    Default Re: John griffin517

    Quote Originally Posted by Johngriffin517 View Post
    Hey people
    I live in southbury ct. I have a small horse farm and I actually stumbled on this web site looking for wheel spacers for my John deere 110 tlb backhoe. As most know we got hammered last weekend with over 3' of snow. I would have been lost without my loader. I run chains on it but would like to get a little more space from the fenders.
    John after looking at a picture of your lawn tractor on the net it looks like you might be able to flip your rims around. If not your options are limited

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    Default Re: John griffin517

    Murph

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    Default Re: John griffin517

    Welcome aboard. Best wishes.
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    Welcome.
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    Hello & welcome from Iowa.

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    Default Re: John griffin517

    Welcome John

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    Massey 1423, 1462 loader, wallenstein Ranch ho gx620, with subframe mount. Deere 710c

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