Yes ran a set of snap on duals on the front of an 8400, I would do it again but it is hard on the front end. Steering cylinders were not built for that and you or your operator has to be aware of that and drive accordingly. Never try and turn the tractor while sitting still ect.......
A neighbor added a set to a 8410, couldnt turn it when trying to hook up to a implement. He had ran 710 r38s on back and 28L26s on the front for a long time and it steered fine. His corn planting tractor puked and he had to switch it to row crop. He traded the tractor that puked for a mx 305 with front dualls. So he liked the mx so well he tried dualls on the 8410 and hated it and traded it. Was a real shame, that 8410 was a sweet heart.
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