Thanks I checked those specs for the 2032R and 2038R and the width given 55.1 inches but the owners manual is dated 2016you can go online and look up the john deere online manual for the tractors you wish to compare and look under the section to do with specifications
that section will give you information for that specific tractor....in looking at 2025r-2027r-2032r there appear to be some differences
If the manual covers the 2038R then it is the latest model. When the 1st generation 2025R and 2032R were made there was no 2038R.Thanks I checked those specs for the 2032R and 2038R and the width given 55.1 inches but the owners manual is dated 2016
and I'm not sure that reflects the later models
Thanks for the replyMy 2025R measures out at just shy of 52" with 1.5" wheel spacers. That is with R4's.
Yes, that's all I have is hills, it definitely helped. I have rear spacers only.Thanks for the reply
Have you been on any hillside with the spacers? Do you have spacers front and rear? I was thinking about going with spacers
but haven't decided on the width
Thanks to everyone for taking the time to reply
If you don't have a MMM 2.5" would be a lot, I was surprised at how much of a difference just 1.5" made, but I couldn't go any wider because of my mower.I've been thinking about 2.5" rear and seeing how it feels and possibly adding front spacers later if I think there needed.
I'm a bit Leary about adding front spacers . I don't have any experience with spacers or know anyone who is using them on the front on a 2025R
Also don't know how it effects warranty
Thanks for info. I have a better understanding of what is going on with the front vs rear spacers.I went 2 inches on the back on my 2025R. I’d say you could go 3 without a mmm and axles would be fine. Right rear tire barely touches the gauge wheel on my mmm when in the full up position if Tractor is leaning to the right. Doesn’t hurt anything just makes gauge wheel spin backwards for the short period of time it’s in that one position. I didn’t go with any for the front one because of the drive over deck. I wasn’t sure how it would line up. And also with a pivoting front axle I don’t see how it could add any stability. I could be wrong . but I think your rear wheels are where atleast 90% of your stability comes from. Mine is just short of 53 measuring inside of 2 boards along rear tires.
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That is very unusual for the rear axle. Can you recheck your measurements with both rear wheels off the ground?Also I'm noticing a positive camber at the rear wheels . It looks to be about an .5" or so . It would matter if width is measured at the top or bottom of the tires.