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Probably already have, but are the rear wheels in the wide stance at this time? If not you can swap side with them and get a little wider. It is reccommended not to widen the front wheels because of putting to much stress on the components. Congratulations on your purchase. :fing32:
 

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I built a set of dual wheel spools that would work as wheel extensions. Mine were for a YM2000, which was designed for that application. I don't know if the 1810 was. There are some fabricators on ebay who advertise spacers for fairly reasonable prices. The extra width definitely enhances stability, but adding wheel weights and/or liquid fill in the tires does, too. It is a good idea to get and use a ROPS with seatbelt, whether you install spacers or not.
 

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Thanks for the replies, but the wheelsa were already swapped when I received the tractor. I have a 1976 L185DT Kubota for which I obtained 6" wheel/axle extenders from the dealer from whom I purchased the tractor. I was hoping someone knew of a supplier for Yanmars.
 
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