Tires rubbing.

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Tires rubbing.

Postby BillyTheKid » Sun May 06, 2018 4:23 pm

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Just bought a Yanmar 2210d

Cat 1 Scraper at about 26" pin distance is causing Lower arms to rub tires. Also Stabilizers dont have enough room to tighten. I see a second bolt hole for the Stabilizers, But,

Is reversing the wheels The best solution, Or spacers, Or am I missing an adjustment?
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Re: Tires rubbing.

Postby Aaron » Mon May 07, 2018 9:28 am

You will want to adjust the stabilizer chains so there is no side to side movement either way. It looks like the next hole out might work. If your wheels are set to the narrowest position I would flip them side to side to widen it out a little. Spacers are also an option.

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Re: Tires rubbing.

Postby BillyTheKid » Mon May 07, 2018 2:34 pm

Yeah Putting stabilizers on secondary position actually pulled the arms tight,
which makes them slide out even more to the pin. Rubbing more.
Thank you for the response, I had been thinking I would just flip the tires,
but the wording of your post makes it obvious that the tires are directional.
As if looking at them didn't :?
Switching sides now....

Thanks again!!

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Re: Tires rubbing.

Postby Norm » Mon May 07, 2018 2:44 pm

Switch sides with tires and also fab pipe spacers to keep lower arms to inside of pins.

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