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Single rib front tires

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Pastor John

01-16-2013 10:44:31
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I sure liked the single rib look on Mike's CC front tires. I see Firestone offers it only on 16" tires and it is classified as a tire designed for Cane fields and wet conditions.

Any comments on different styles of front tires....performance.............handling.....wear?




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Brett Kaufman

01-16-2013 22:10:00
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 Re: Single rib front tires in reply to Pastor John, 01-16-2013 10:44:31  
those tires were for lister planted fields in my area. they would guide better. got a set on my 52 DC4 with the standard front ax and heart bolster



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mike Fitz

01-16-2013 19:48:56
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 Re: Single rib front tires in reply to Pastor John, 01-16-2013 10:44:31  

Yea that was a long day, the really nasty part was the wheat stubble in the mud, instant adobe. Only got one round in and the wheels wouldn't turn at all, it was the only time I never finished, I made a change I think will help. Mike



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mike Fitz

01-16-2013 15:17:18
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 Re: Single rib front tires in reply to Pastor John, 01-16-2013 10:44:31  

Dad put those tires on when we had the loader on for easier steering, they work in that respect, but if it is wet and you have a narrow front they will pack with mud like none other. Here is a picture of my DC with single rib tires at a plowing match when it rained.



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Pastor John

01-16-2013 19:16:52
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 Re: Single rib front tires in reply to mike Fitz, 01-16-2013 15:17:18  
Wow! You just brought back some fifty year old memories.

I am glad i didn't have that Iowa clay between those tires!



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Jgarner

01-16-2013 16:00:13
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 Re: Single rib front tires in reply to mike Fitz, 01-16-2013 15:17:18  
I'm sure glad I didn't have to clean that ole girl up. (<: Bet it took some time especially if it was mud like our sticky old gumbo soil down here on the gulf coast. Nasty stuff when wet.

Jim



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Gene Dotson

01-16-2013 14:27:02
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 Re: Single rib front tires in reply to Pastor John, 01-16-2013 10:44:31  
My White 7300 combine has the single tires. Set to follow between 30 inch corn rows. Seem to follow the rows pretty well, especially in wet soil conditions.

Gene



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Case Nutty 1660

01-16-2013 14:01:43
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 Re: Single rib front tires in reply to Pastor John, 01-16-2013 10:44:31  
my Uncle here has a A/C 160 that has them on it, it came from irrigated country, I was told they follow a row very well



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Jgarner

01-16-2013 13:09:34
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 Re: Single rib front tires in reply to Pastor John, 01-16-2013 10:44:31  
Way back when, late 50's, rice version LA had single rib tires from the factory. I think it was about 1948 vintage so that would fit the wet conditions spec.

Jim



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stephan uhl

03-11-2013 13:40:40
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 Re: Single rib front tires in reply to Jgarner, 01-16-2013 13:09:34  
Hi,

i m from germany and found your forum in the www.
Can you tell me if those single-rib tires are still used for guidance tires?



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