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Ran the 1066 on the Scale Last Night


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I ran the "10" down to the Co-op last night to wiegh her up, With 260lb driver on it was 13,540. Was woundering what some of the tractors on here are comming in at with all the front weights and rear weights on them. I have 20.8 x 38's loaded on her. How much would that add in weight compared to wheel weights?

Nathan, What do you pull at? I see at 1466 close by here for sale and he said tractor is 11,500 with no weights. Seem Right?

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Both of my books show the shipping weight of a 1066 at 11860 pounds. That would be with dry 18.4 tires, the 3 pt center link, and the length of pipe for tightening the rear hubs, no 260 pound driver, weights or brackets.

A Hydro 1066 is lighter at 10720.

I've pulled my 10 at 10500. Had 20.8s on steel disc wheels and took off the 3 pt arms to get some throw weight room.

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My 10 with 3/4 tank fuel, 4 sets of weights on each side. 20.8.38 frestones dry and 11.15 frts weighed in at 12,100 with me on it. I'm 140lbs

Justin

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My 1468 with 18.4-38s loaded, and 3 wheel weights a side with dual hubs and 10 100lbs suit case weights up front, a white cab with air and me in it(160lbs) comes in at 18 672lbs

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I have 24.5X32 firestone radials on combine 10 bolt wheels and 4366 10 bolt hubs, with all of the suitcase weights off of it its at 10,900#. Has PTO 3pt on it yet.

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i pull a 1066 18.4x38s full ballas, with 800# on front bracket, and 400# worth of wheel weights, no 3pnt drag hook up at all anymore, and now 3pnt hitch arms. also made a set of wheelie bars for it, i pull with half a tank or less for fuel, and weigh in religiously at 12705. if i take all weights off front. in the future im puttin pressed steel wheels with 20.8x 38s, makin it bare back, and droppin all hydrolics and caping lines off to pull anywhere from 9500 to 11500, only using rear wheel weights to make up difference. theres no reason a 1066 cant make it to 11500 with no weights

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My tractor is about as light as it comes when it comes to a factory tractor. Mine has brand new 18.4-38 tires on rear with wedge lock wheels, 11L-15 tires up front factory wide front, 3 pt and center link, dual hydraulics, weight bracket and 2 sets of wheel weights. With 30 gallon of fuel and me sitting on it, it weighs 11,400 lbs. Ive got 1,000 lbs of front weights for it too, but that was basically just base weight of the tractor, so if you subtract me from it, it puts the tractor at 11,200. My 14 on the other hand with 20.8-38 tires, wedge lock wheels, 11.00-16 fronts, weight bracket and 2 sets of wheel weights and me on it weighed a hair less then 13,000 lbs.

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I'm thinking my seven had 1200 lb. in each tire (18.4 34).

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I ran 2400 lb. of fluid in my 766D in 18.4 34's.

I remember the manual said shipping wt. was something over 9000, but can't remember the actual number. I know she weighed 13000 with me, some fuel, 2400 lb. of fluid in the 18.4 34's, 600 lb. rear wheel wts, 500 lb. of suitcases on the front, and the roll bar, canopy ,a grease gun, fender radio, and tool box.

So that would have made it about 9200, give or take a few.

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i know this thread is a little old, and this is a little late, but i dropped the loaded wheels off my tractor, (1066 with loaded 18.4 38s) and put on pressed steel empty 18.4 38s, and im down to 10500 with 700lbs on the front. thats with no 3pt either.

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my 1466, with 20.8x38's 3 rings wheel weights, fully loaded over the rim with ca. full of fuel and front tank full. im right 1t 16,000. i pull in the 16,500 class and the 18,500 class

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I've only ever weighed one tractor because someone asked me to, so they could get an idea of shipping weight for one of their tractors. It was a 7140 Magnum with MFD. It had 18 front weights, single/dry rear 20.8R 38 rear tires, and a half tank of fuel. It was just a few lbs over 22,000lbs . It may have had half full front tires. but I don't recall b/c it was about 10 yrs ago. The only reason I remember the weight is because I wrote it on a piece of paper and put it on the bulletin board, and its still there.

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I weighed in at 11025 yesterday with 20s no fluid and 11L15s up front. No weight but still had front bracket on and full of fuel.

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