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Re: VAC tire combinations

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Adirondack case guy

11-07-2012 13:56:47

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It depends on whether you have a VA or a VAC, as to std front tires. Even with 34" rears the VACs had 500s standard. As you can read in the price sheets dated March 15th 1956 the VA had std. 28s and 600s.
You will not hurt anything with the smaller fronts, as the tractors were ment to also go up and down hills, HeHe.

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Michael Beeker

11-07-2012 20:07:45

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 Re: VAC tire combinations in reply to Adirondack case guy, 11-07-2012 13:56:47  
Thanks guys. Here in NW Ohio, the hills are pretty flat Loren, no chance of getting light headed going up and down the hills. Mike

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11-08-2012 05:25:38

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 Re: VAC tire combinations in reply to Michael Beeker, 11-07-2012 20:07:45  
Our daughter lives in Cuyahoga Falls. The thing that catches my attention out there is the upside down hills. Around here we have to go up and over them, and can't see past them. Out there you go down into them and then back up to level ground, that is visable on the other side. LOL

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