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    I recently bought a JD 2320 and now find the rear tires have been rubbing on hydraulic lines causing a leak. Also 3pt arms make contact with tires. My questions are ... the tires are factory so why rubbing ? Under inflation (chloride filled)? What's involved with changing metal hyd. line?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jtsiv1 View Post
    I recently bought a JD 2320 and now find the rear tires have been rubbing on hydraulic lines causing a leak. Also 3pt arms make contact with tires. My questions are ... the tires are factory so why rubbing ? Under inflation (chloride filled)? What's involved with changing metal hyd. line?
    Thanks for any help.
    Quote Originally Posted by glc View Post

    Best to start a thread in the MCUT forum for your questions.
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    Posting pictures will help in diagnosing the problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jtsiv1 View Post
    I recently bought a JD 2320 and now find the rear tires have been rubbing on hydraulic lines causing a leak. Also 3pt arms make contact with tires. My questions are ... the tires are factory so why rubbing ? Under inflation (chloride filled)? What's involved with changing metal hyd. line?
    Thanks for any help.
    Picture would help. But it sounds like your 3pt arms are not on correctly. Hyd. lines are easy to replace, just follow to each end and take off. The repair itself is easy the price will hurt.
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    Are the tire valve stems on the outside or inside?
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    Thanks for all the welcomes! Tire valve stems are outside.
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    My thought was tire issue as it rubs on hyd. lines and 3pt arm?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jtsiv1 View Post
    My thought was tire issue as it rubs on hyd. lines and 3pt arm?
    Well you answered my next question as to what tire you have. I do believe the turf tires are wider than R4's.
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    I'm guessing wrong tire.

    Turf Tire 31 X 13.5 - 15, 4PR R3, Rear - ST759858
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    My 3pt arms were rubbing against the rear tires on my 2032R when I first got it. You can tighten up the turnbuckles on your 3pt arms and stop that from happening. If they are loose, they sway as you drive around and smack the tires. Many people (myself included) mount a Quick Hitch and then tighten up those turnbuckles so that you so have to mess with them very often.

    I'm not sure if the wheels for R3 tires on your machine are 1-position or 2-position. (JDParts doesn't make any mention...) If they are 2-position, you can flip them from side to side (i.e. put the valve stems facing inward) and that would give you more space between the tires and the machine itself. It isn't much, maybe an inch or 2, but that's often enough. If they are single position, I'd add 1.5" wheel spacers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post
    My 3pt arms were rubbing against the rear tires on my 2032R when I first got it. You can tighten up the turnbuckles on your 3pt arms and stop that from happening. If they are loose, they sway as you drive around and smack the tires. Many people (myself included) mount a Quick Hitch and then tighten up those turnbuckles so that you so have to mess with them very often.

    I'm not sure if the wheels for R3 tires on your machine are 1-position or 2-position. (JDParts doesn't make any mention...) If they are 2-position, you can flip them from side to side (i.e. put the valve stems facing inward) and that would give you more space between the tires and the machine itself. It isn't much, maybe an inch or 2, but that's often enough. If they are single position, I'd add 1.5" wheel spacers.
    This is a good start indeed. While I was looking at doing that change and looking at the line replacements I’d thoroughly investigate if the lines were located properly or if they had at some point previously been moved, mid-secured or missing attachment points or anchorage of if perhaps they had been bent slightly allowing them to rub the tire mistakenly.

    You don’t want to go spend the time and $ replacing them w/o diagnosis of the cause and have it reoccurring.
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