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i have had this in mind since i saw the fergy 5480 was coming out, the 6480 and newer 5480 which is a fairly new addition to the 5000 series as far as i can tell, are both basicly identical tractors, bar wheels from pics i have seen, so seeing as i had a set of uh deutz ttv 's and a front hitch, i thought i would try it out, and with a small amount of tinkering it worked to, ,only minor problem i broke the steering arm when the screwdriver slipped removing the front axel,nothings is fixed properly at present, still got a few bits to sort, but heres how she looks

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would the bonnet need extending for that ??? ,got to transfer the deutz front mudguards over yet, and sort the spacers out for the wheels at the back end, ,and all being well, the door will open/shut to

Nope the new facelift 6480 and 7480 are the same size  ;) ;) ;)
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But this model is the 5480 converted to the 6480 which is the same size as the 6480 but is the 6480 the same size as the 5480??

???? as far as i know yes, stop getting picky seeing as i beat you to it mate :D :D :D :D cor i dont know green eyed monstor and all that :D

now then seriuosly sure i read somewhere that the 5480 and another one new to the line up, is basicly a smaller 6480 and ?? cant for the life remember what models it was now, just different tyres/hubs,

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     Well done Sean nice convo, I reckon its spot on for a 6470, probably slightly small for a 6480. According to the brochures the 5480 has a wheelbase of 2.67m and sits on standard 14.9R28 fronts and 18.4R38 rears, the 6480 has a wheelbase of 2.82m and the same size tyres. the extra length is due to the 5480 having a 4 cylinder Sisu engine and the 6480 having a 6 cylinder Perkins. The 6470 has the same engine and dimensions as the 5480.

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     Well done Sean nice convo, I reckon its spot on for a 6470, probably slightly small for a 6480. According to the brochures the 5480 has a wheelbase of 2.67m and sits on standard 14.9R28 fronts and 18.4R38 rears, the 6480 has a wheelbase of 2.82m and the same size tyres. the extra length is due to the 5480 having a 4 cylinder Sisu engine and the 6480 having a 6 cylinder Perkins. The 6470 has the same engine and dimensions as the 5480.

its not that far of then really 15 cm difference so at 32nd that about 4mm barly noticable , come on uh, do us a proper one at no extra creative costs to yourselfs will you

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