Tractor Weights Free Shipping within continental United States (standard shipping policy applies)
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When should you add weight to your tractor? Today more than ever, tractor weights need to be added to help the tractor to produce more traction. Tractor Manufacturers have been adding more horsepower, and less weight to their new tractor models, as well as using R4 tires instead of the Agricultural Style tires which further reduces the amount of traction. Plastic body pieces instead of steel has contributed to the need for tractor weights. If you need traction you need tractor weights, whether it be front tractor weights, tractor wheel weights, or tractor weight blocks, you will be much safer with tractor weights on your tractor.
Tractor weight blocks help keep your tractor where it belongs, on the ground. with today's light weight tractors flooding the market, and attachments being made out of steel, tractor weight blocks are no longer an option. When a tractor picks up a lot of weight in the front, the rear wheels can come off of the ground causing a dangerous situation for the driver. Tractor weight blocks can also be useful in a situation where you add extra weight in the back of a tractor such as a brush cutter, and remove the loader for easier maneuverability, the tractor weight blocks can help offset the weight of the attachment in the back keeping you safe and on the ground. Tractor weights can be used universally on Kubota, John Deere, Bobcat, Gehl, Ford, New Holland, and any other tractor all the same, Most weights come in an easy to install "suitcase" form where they have a handle at the top of the weight. Many times tractor wheel weights can be completely avoided by the proper use of front and rear tractor ballasting. We also have a full selection of tractor wheel weights, call for pricing information.