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Re: For those interested in my cheap tires on the SC

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03-11-2013 10:13:12

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Looks like the brand is Lande. These are Chinesse made tires (P.R.C.= Peoples Republic of China). In my business Chinese made goods are of suspect quality. If all you want is to move the tractor around to shows and hold the rims off the ground they may be OK for that but IMHO I would not trust them for much else.

Check out this Web site.

You can bet any steel belys, beads, etc. in these tires used to be Cases, JDs, Farmalls, etc.

Any further and my personal biases get in the way more that they already have.

No offense to anyone, just trying to share some info.


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03-11-2013 18:08:16

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 Re: For those interested in my cheap tires on the SC in reply to Jgarner, 03-11-2013 10:13:12  
You are probably riding around on tires made in China. Almost all automobile tires are made in China.

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03-15-2013 08:13:12

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 Re: For those interested in my cheap tires on the SC in reply to C. Amick, 03-11-2013 18:08:16  
Unless a set slipped past I usually look at the "Made in" line molded on my tires and shy away unless they say "Made in USA".


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