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    1023e front and rear bolt pattern

    I'm looking for wheel spacers for my 2012 1023e John deere and cannot for the life of me find the bolt pattern. Also are there any reccomended spacers out there for fairly cheap. Like under $100 for just the rears. Thanks!

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    This what you're looking for?

    Front # LVA20123

    REAR# M121628

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    4.5" bolt circle
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    There was just another thread a few days ago about wheel spacers that had a link in it to another thread from 2015. You may want to search for it. It had some very good information on the different angles of the wheel bolts and lug nuts. I never realized it wasn't standard and this article reported both 45 and 60 degree differences between the tractor and the spacers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kylew View Post
    This what you're looking for?

    Front # LVA20123

    REAR# M121628

    Attachment 642400

    Attachment 642402

    4.5" bolt circle
    So if I'm going to get spacers then I am looking for 12x9.50 bolt pattern with a 4.5in center hole? Now what about the angle of the nuts? Are they 45 or 60 degrees?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DWJM2513 View Post
    So if I'm going to get spacers then I am looking for 12x9.50 bolt pattern with a 4.5in center hole? Now what about the angle of the nuts? Are they 45 or 60 degrees?
    No, 12 X 9.5 is the rim size. The bolt circle is 4.5". If you could draw a perfect circle through the center of the studs, it would measure to be a 4.5" circle.

    As far as the 45°, 60° see the post Martin referred to.
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