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L4610 rims/tires on a L2650?
I have an opportunity to purchase turf tires with rims for my L2650 in the size of 27 x 8.50 x 15 fronts and 41 x 14.00 x 20 rears. They are off an L4610. Can anyone tell me if the bolt pattern is the same.
Thanks in advance
|jm.||Keith IF the rears have 6 holes they WILL bolt on BUT those tires are way too big for you 2650 you will be out of ratio on the four wheel drive part. Not something you want to do unless you are operating in real muddy conditions all time. The right turf for the L2650 should be fairly easy to come by.
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