Rear Wheel Spacers for wider stance?

   #1  

MiserableOldFart

Gold Member
Joined
Jun 27, 2006
Messages
438
Location
Delaware County Catskills NY
Tractor
NH Workmaster 40, Kubota GR2120
I've seen online a dealer that sells spacers for some select John Deere and Kubota models, but none for CNH. Is there such an animal? I would feel a whole lot safer if my wheels were two or four inches more apart, and the extra clearance for chains would be a blessing as well. I've seen some posts in the past about this, but I wonder if there is anything new out there..

It's not the hills, really. Steep hills you can avoid, but it's the little dips and rises in the ground, the uneven terrain that make the narrow stance of the CUTs a bit of a problem around here..
 
   #2  

toppop52

Super Star Member
Joined
Oct 19, 2011
Messages
12,633
Location
Eastern Shore of Maryland
Tractor
Massey Ferguson 1723, Cub Cadet 1864
I've used the forged "adapter" style spacers on trucks and they work very well but they ain't cheap.;)
 
  
  • Thread Starter
#4  
OP
MiserableOldFart

MiserableOldFart

Gold Member
Joined
Jun 27, 2006
Messages
438
Location
Delaware County Catskills NY
Tractor
NH Workmaster 40, Kubota GR2120
Thanks, but yes, they are dished in. I don't think they would fit on the tractor the other way.. The only way to get a wider stance would be with spacers of some kind.
 
 
Top