Massey rear wheels

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  1. Massey 6470

    Massey 6470 Member

    Location:
    Co Antrim
    would 650/65/42 fit on a Massey 6715 / 7715 s in place of 38s
     
  2. James

    James Member

    Location:
    Comber, Down
    Don't think so. You'd need to be at 7720 for them to fit. I think
     
  3. Farma Parma

    Farma Parma Member

    Location:
    Northumberlandia
    Ask speedstar what size his wider ones were that was on a 7618 & now currently on a t2 6480
    am sure there 710-42 & 600-30s
    Dunno what the profiles are tho.
     
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  4. Nearly

    Nearly Member

    Location:
    North of York
  5. Rust

    Rust Member

    Location:
    Hertfordshire
    Not enough room for 42s there 20180817_112511.jpg
     
  6. Speedstar

    Speedstar Member

    Location:
    Scottish Borders
    we have 710-60-42 on a T2 MF 6480
     
  7. Massey 6470

    Massey 6470 Member

    Location:
    Co Antrim
    Any pics
     
  8. Massey 6470

    Massey 6470 Member

    Location:
    Co Antrim
    They’re only 2” bigger from the hub so might fit
     
  9. Speedstar

    Speedstar Member

    Location:
    Scottish Borders
    yes will put some on tomorrow
     
  10. Tarw Coch

    Tarw Coch Member

    Aren’t they the xeobib equivalent to 650/65r38 in which case they would fit and are smaller diameter than the tyres the op mentioned.
     
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  11. Tarw Coch

    Tarw Coch Member

    What is currently fitted and how much spare room is there?
     
  12. Speedstar

    Speedstar Member

    Location:
    Scottish Borders
    our tractor was on 65-65-38 & the 710-60-42 have a lot bigger foot print
     
  13. Cowabunga

    Cowabunga Member

    Location:
    Ceredigion,Wales
    650/65r42, 620/70r42 and 520/85r42 are all of nearly identical rolling circumference. They are way more tall than say 600/65r38 or even 650/65r38.

    An educated guess would be that the large chassis tractors, starting with 7720, would be a match for them, not the smaller chassis ones from 7718 down.

    For a 7715, the largest mainstream size in terms of rolling circumference and height would be 650/65r38. However I don't have a current price list to confirm this.

    The tractor in the picture above has nice size tyres. 20.8 inches wide but a nice low profile. I have recently fitted a set of BKT's that size on my New Holland 8360. I also have taller tyres of the same width on my Same i.e. 520/85r38 [20.8r38]
     
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  14. Speedstar

    Speedstar Member

    Location:
    Scottish Borders
    A MF 6480 on 650-65-38 rears IMG_20190112_093923.jpg
     
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  15. Speedstar

    Speedstar Member

    Location:
    Scottish Borders
    MF 6480 on ,710-60-42 rear 600-60-30 front you can see the difference IMG_20190112_093427.jpg
     
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  16. Massey 6470

    Massey 6470 Member

    Location:
    Co Antrim
    Why did you jump up to 42s
     
  17. Speedstar

    Speedstar Member

    Location:
    Scottish Borders
    flotation and wheel grip
     
  18. bert

    bert Member

    Location:
    n.yorks
    We have Michelin 650/65/42 on a 7480 which came off a 6495, they are very close to the fender near the steps, probably about 75% when we put them on, when changed to new tyres i thought they might be that close they will hit, but they got changed for BKT which are noticeably smaller so bare this in mind. upload_2019-1-12_16-53-27.png
    7480 is on the left upload_2019-1-12_16-57-15.png
     
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  19. Chae1

    Chae1 Member

    Location:
    Aberdeenshire
    Those t2s are great tractors in my opinion. Went downhill after that.

    We've one with dynashift gearbox on bedder.
     
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  20. Farma Parma

    Farma Parma Member

    Location:
    Northumberlandia
    v much like at the time the next evolution of the previous 6200 range eh.
    Skipped that series all together & went from 02 6290 to 08 T3 perkins 6480
    still had the 6290 at the time, only sold it to buy a 2nd Sisu t3 6480 which is the only one here i still have.
     

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