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Apologies in advance for asking a dumb question but I can't find the answer for the life of me. I've checked the user manauls and the tractordata website and can't find the measurements.

Curious what the width of the 3R and 4R tractors are. I currently have a 2032R. Love it, works great. I live on 2 acres with not much hard work for a tractor. Buying a house on 40 acres however. I already have several Cat 1 attachments and as long as they are still wider than the 3R or 4R's wheel tracks I don't think I will upgrade to wider attachments.
 

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6’ tiller (technically 73”) and MX6 mower cover the tracks of my 4066R (it also has the rear wheel spacers).


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4066R with R4 tires = 72 inches. I put 5 1/2 inch spacers on it and now it is closer to 7ft. I had to upgrade my box blade as it was left over from my smaller tractor, so now I have an 8ft box blade. I also have a 110 inch RFM and a 10ft brush hog. Still plenty of clearance with the new 7ft width.

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My 3046R is 58-59 inches wide with R1 tires.
 

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I went through this same issue when researching purchase of my tractor, John Deere has dumbed down the newer model manuals. My 3046R with 43x16-20 R4 tires was approximately 59", before I added the 3" spacers on either side.

With 3R you can get away with 60" or 66" for fixed attachments depending if you have spacers, but you'll want 72" attachments if they angle. With 4Rs you'd be looking at 72" minimum for fixed and 84" for angled attachments.

Below is from 3720 / 4720 manual which appears to match up pretty close with the 3R & 4R series.

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