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    1025R - Bouncy ride on pavement

    I have noticed that when I am on the road, I have a bouncy ride, kind of like the left tire is out of round. I don't know if this is something to worry about, or not, since tractors aren't designed for roadway travel.

    But, my warranty expires soon, so I am wondering if I should report it?
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    Normal. Tractor tires aren’t necessarily perfectly round, especially if they sit with a lot of weight on them at low air pressures for extended times.
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    Do you have the FEL on when you notice it? I wonder if it could be related to uneven ballast. More implement than ballast.
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    Are your tires loaded? Loaded tires will also do that more at road speed.

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    Have the same thing on my 1026r...Never really looked into it...It goes away when I remove the FEL and BH. I did exclude the carrier pins as the issue...

    Tire out of round? Not sure...I would think it would do it when I just have the MMM on
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    Normal. In addition to tires not being perfectly round, you have no suspension system on a tractor. Your car/truck would do the same thing if you didn't have shock absorbers/struts, springs, etc...
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    I can say on a paved road at WOT I don’t have any bouncing with the mmm on and 200# of wheel weights.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselshadow View Post
    Normal. Tractor tires aren’t necessarily perfectly round, especially if they sit with a lot of weight on them at low air pressures for extended times.
    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post
    Normal. In addition to tires not being perfectly round, you have no suspension system on a tractor. Your car/truck would do the same thing if you didn't have shock absorbers/struts, springs, etc...
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    Quote Originally Posted by chex313 View Post
    Have the same thing on my 1026r...Never really looked into it...It goes away when I remove the FEL and BH. I did exclude the carrier pins as the issue...

    Tire out of round? Not sure...I would think it would do it when I just have the MMM on
    I'd bet it doesn't completely go away when you only have the MMM on. The loader and backhoe leave you with a LOT of weight hanging off the front and back ends of your machine. All that weight accentuates the bouncing. The same thing will happen if you take the loader and backhoe off and put a loaded ballast box on.

    If you drive down a road at full speed and then take the loader/BH off, it probably feels like you aren't bouncing any more. You still are but t's much less dramatic.
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    I would make sure the wheels are torqued down nice and tight. A wobble could be the sign of loose lug nuts.
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