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    X758 Vs 1025r front rims

    Hi everyone, I was wondering if the front wheels off of a 1025r will work on a X758? I know someone with a set and was thinking of putting ag tires on my X758 for plow days. I know the rears are the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adamq View Post
    Hi everyone, I was wondering if the front wheels off of a 1025r will work on a X758? I know someone with a set and was thinking of putting ag tires on my X758 for plow days. I know the rears are the same.

    Thanks

    Adam
    1025R front wheel:


    Specification
    Weight: 8.88 LBS 4.03 Kg
    Diameter 10.000 IN
    Width 6.000 IN
    Offset Depth 0.663 IN
    Pilot Diameter 3.150 IN
    Hub Bolt Circle Diameter 4.500 IN
    Hole Size 0.500 IN

    X758 front wheel:

    Specification
    Weight: 8.69 LBS 3.94 Kg
    Diameter 10.000 IN
    Width 6.000 IN
    Offset Depth 0.876 IN
    Pilot Diameter 3.150 IN
    Hub Bolt Circle Diameter 4.500 IN
    Hole Size 0.472 IN
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    Looking at those specs I would take that to mean yes they would fit.

    I would also think it worth posing the question, if the change tire height if there is any would have any ill effects on the AWD system of the X758.
    I would suspect it was setup for the X758s stock tire height, would taller or shorter tires effect anything ?
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    The tires themselves are the same height, I was mostly concerned about the offset of the rim. I'm not how they face, if they are set in further to the tractor then I don't think they will work.

    Thanks for the help

    Adam
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    2016 X758, 54" HC mower, Quick Hitch, 60" blade, 3 pt hitch

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    Why not just put ag tires on your X758 rims? Carlisle Trupower comes in a size that fits. I had them on my X748.Click image for larger version. 

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