Wheel and tires for M600, M610

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What bolt circle do these loaders have on the wheels, 5 lug? 6 lug? and any idea on the offset? Do these 2 models use the same wheels and tires.
Also what was the standard size tire?
I have a customer with solids that wants to ditch them.
Ken
 

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Yes a 600 and a 610 use the same wheel. It is a six lug 15"x5" and the offset is 1/2" Bobcat measures the offset on the front of the wheel. That is the standard wheel. You can also put 10x 16.5 wheels on them. This has a 3.375" offset from the front. The 10X16.5 are used on 643. Hope this helps.
 
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Yes a 600 and a 610 use the same wheel. It is a six lug 15"x5" and the offset is 1/2" Bobcat measures the offset on the front of the wheel. That is the standard wheel. You can also put 10x 16.5 wheels on them. This has a 3.375" offset from the front. The 10X16.5 are used on 643. Hope this helps.
Do all the 6 lug wheels have the same lug/bolt spacing? Is it say a 6lug on a 6" bolt circle? Are the 10 by 16.5 tires taller then the standard 15" rubber or just wider? Wondering if it will throw off the gear ratio (pushing power) and how wide the bucket needs to be to cover the tires? Thanks Ken
 

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Do all the 6 lug wheels have the same lug/bolt spacing? Is it say a 6lug on a 6" bolt circle? Are the 10 by 16.5 tires taller then the standard 15" rubber or just wider? Wondering if it will throw off the gear ratio (pushing power) and how wide the bucket needs to be to cover the tires? Thanks Ken
Most of the 6 lugs are a 6" circle with 3" spacing. The 5600 toolcat uses a 6 lug on a 5 1/2" circle with 2 3/4" spacing. I dont think it cause any problems with power. It looks like it would widen the machine about 6 1/2 to 7". If you bucket wont cover that then you would need to add that to what ever bucket yuo have and get a new one.
 

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Most of the 6 lugs are a 6" circle with 3" spacing. The 5600 toolcat uses a 6 lug on a 5 1/2" circle with 2 3/4" spacing. I dont think it cause any problems with power. It looks like it would widen the machine about 6 1/2 to 7". If you bucket wont cover that then you would need to add that to what ever bucket yuo have and get a new one.
Those 10" wide tires leave nasty ruts in the lawn and get stuck in the sand. I have always used the 12" flotation tires and a set of bald 16" wide tires for lawn use. The heights of all of the tires are about the same, but the extra width makes a huge difference. I also have a set of rubber-band tracks that work with the 10" tires to lessen the lawn damage.
 

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