Look at the rims where they bolt to the axel. If from the axel to rim by the tire tapers to the inside, they are set up as narrow. If it goes out from the axel they are wide.
My brain hurts trying to imagine this...lolLook at the rims where they bolt to the axel. If from the axel to rim by the tire tapers to the inside, they are set up as narrow. If it goes out from the axel they are wide.
Looks great!!! Dig your paint booth!!:thThumbsUwell, my fun tractor project is done. bought this tractor new 26 years ago. i flipped the rear wheels inside out, to get a wider stance. you can see in one of the end pics that each rear tire sticks out a few inches past the wheel wells, so the wider stance should help on hills.
the insides of the rear rims had never been washed in 26 years, they were black, caked with stuff, oil, etc. i hosed them off, decreased them and they still looked bad, so i decide to break out my JD yellow spray paint cans and blue painters tape. unfortunately i did not take pics of the tire before cleaning and painting. painted the deck, even caught the tip of one of my new G6 gator blades.
since you guys like pics, see pics of my outdoor "paint room" and then the finished product.
1986 John Deere 316, 38" deck, G6 Gator blades - original owner, purchased jan 1987
2010 Cyclone Rake Z10 w/dual wheels