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Just picked up a 4310, with turf tires on it. Having trouble finding wheels to fit r1 tires. Would rather have taller r1 tires over the industrial r4’s. Do I have any options besides spending $1100 per side for a disc and rim? Plan on doing mostly dirt work with the machine, not mowing
 

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eHydro? Gear? 4WD or 2WD?

Look up the sizes for your transmission and tractor configuration then search eBay.

I bought a pair of new Galaxy Turfs mounted for $500 a pair from this guy. Wheels had a wider offset than my stock wheels which is okay by me for stability.

 
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Best stick with the diameters recommended by JD. They have already worked out the ratios for the 4WD.
 

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After reading another post on here and a year of debating and research, I pulled the trigger on a set of wheels made for the 3025e part LVA20515.
They had to be ordered no dealer had them in stock so I took the chance on the 30% restocking fee. Before mounting tires I tried them on the tractor to be sure, they fit one way, the wide way so wide it is. Got tires mounted and filled, 12.4x24. They fit. I guess anyone wanting to save themselves from spending almost $1200 per disk, wheel combo x2 to get R1’s on their 4210-4410 series tractor. At $530 each I think it’s an ok option, wish there were more.
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