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I would recommend the R38 rims on the  siku JD6290s as both the wheels and tyres are spot on replicas for the 6150R, whereas the ones on the 7530 are R42s and too tall................I used a set 6920S on a Wiking JD6125R  and they looked really good.

Siku spare part shop stocks them, or maybe someone on our forum may have some spare:rolleyes:

 

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6 hours ago, bluegreen said:

 

I would recommend the R38 rims on the  siku JD6290s as both the wheels and tyres are spot on replicas for the 6150R, whereas the ones on the 7530 are R42s and too tall................I used a set 6920S on a Wiking JD6125R  and they looked really good.

Siku spare part shop stocks them, or maybe someone on our forum may have some spare:rolleyes:

 

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I would have thought the 6150R would be shod on R38s already? Unless someone had a idea to put on R34s 

as for your 6125R it looks well but is a smaller wheelbase tractor compared to 6150R, but I have a set of 6920 and 7530 wheels kicking around somewhere so I best get a 6150R sometime and I'll post up the result :) 

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The 6125 is about 6 inch shorter in the bonnet length, that has no effect on the size of its rear wheels and tyres:of...........Its the same back end, cab, fenders etc as a 6150R

The 6920 was replaced by the 6930 and in turn the 6150 and now 6155...........All were/are standard specced on R38s and cannot accommodate R42s.

The 6170 is where JDs go upto the larger frame machines that do run on R42s.  Just like the 7430/7530 machines they replaced.

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54 minutes ago, bluegreen said:

The 6125 is about 6 inch shorter in the bonnet length, that has no effect on the size of its rear wheels and tyres:of...........Its the same back end, cab, fenders etc as a 6150R

The 6920 was replaced by the 6930 and in turn the 6150 and now 6155...........All were/are standard specced on R38s and cannot accommodate R42s.

The 6170 is where JDs go upto the larger frame machines that do run on R42s.  Just like the 7430/7530 machines they replaced.

You can now get 650/65/ R42 on the 6145/6155R but I don't think its too common. I'd go with the 38 Siku wheels for the Britains tractor

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