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750 4x4 Turf Wheels Wanted

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Phillip
Join Date: Feb 2002
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2006-01-24          123348


I'm looking for a set of JD, 750 4x4 Turf wheels. I really just need the rear set of turf wheels. If you have a set call me at 478-451-9591 Phillip.
I'm located in Georgia.


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Join Date: Jan 2004
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2006-01-24          123355


Not sure about hydrostats, but on geared 4x4 tractors the fronts and rears are sized with respect to the transfer case gear ratio. With 4wd engaged, the fronts and rears must be of a size as to roll at a speeds that will not bind the transfer case. The size relationship between fronts and rears is called the rolling circumference ratio. When you change to turfs, this ratio must be maintained. Which means you're almost certainly going to need turfs on the front as well.

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DRankin
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2006-01-24          123363


I suspect Phillip is alluding to a Deere oddity. Green uses different rear rims for each kind of tire. Not just different widths, but totally different rim sizes. Like 15" for turfs, 16.5's for R-4's and 17's for ag's.

Deere front rims have more cross-over.

Phil..... What size rear rims do you have now? If they are size compatible with SUV/Truck tires you might be able to put something together there.

See my pics for using radial mud and snow tires in place of rear turfs. ....

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greg_g
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Posts: 1816 Western Kentucky
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2006-01-24          123398


Is it actually it a Deere oddity, or a Yanmar thing? I had a YM240, kissin' cousin to the JD850. It had pretty big rear turfs 13.6x24 maybe - that would not likely fit under a stock truck suspension.

Is the 750 that much smaller than the 850?

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