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Discussion in 'Machinery' started by Massey 6470, Jan 10, 2019.
would 650/65/42 fit on a Massey 6715 / 7715 s in place of 38s
Don't think so. You'd need to be at 7720 for them to fit. I think
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.
Some sizes in common with this thread.
Not enough room for 42s there
we have 710-60-42 on a T2 MF 6480
They’re only 2” bigger from the hub so might fit
yes will put some on tomorrow
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.
What is currently fitted and how much spare room is there?
our tractor was on 65-65-38 & the 710-60-42 have a lot bigger foot print
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]
A MF 6480 on 650-65-38 rears
MF 6480 on ,710-60-42 rear 600-60-30 front you can see the difference
Why did you jump up to 42s
flotation and wheel grip
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.
7480 is on the left
Those t2s are great tractors in my opinion. Went downhill after that.
We've one with dynashift gearbox on bedder.
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.