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  1. #1
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    Default B7500DT

    Why would my front tires spin and my rears won't when pulling on logs? But all is fine when there is no load on the tractor.

    I jacked the tractor up and all seems tight.

    Is the front end driven differently than the rear as far as the clutch is concerned (ie a seperate electronic controlled clutch or gear)? The rear end acted like the clutch was slipping, but the front acted strong.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks
    Mainiac

    This is a kubota tractor

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    Default Re: B7500DT

    I'm going to guess you don't have a loader or front weights on your kubota.

    When you're dragging logs, there is a weight transfer to the rear. Less weight on the front axle results in less traction, hence the spinning.

    That's my guess...
    Roy Jackson

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    Default Re: B7500DT

    Would not operate a tractor with out a FEL. I do have a FEL plus a 60# front bumper. Rears would just stop spinning while fronts marched on.

    Thanks

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