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Paul A Young

03-27-2014 17:38:34

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Looks like a nice one, that will be a nice step up for them.
It looks like it has 18.4X38 rubber,I never could figure out why case sold so many 1370 and 2390's with that small of rubber.Wouldn't 20.8X38 be a better choice for that kind of HP ?

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Agri King

03-28-2014 10:59:10

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 Re: Going To A New Home in reply to Paul A Young, 03-27-2014 17:38:34  
Paul, 20.8 38s would be 1st choice also if not needed for row cropping. I tell guys to put 20.8s on 1175s also, if they are going to pull them in the field.

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Lazy WP

03-28-2014 06:15:53

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 Re: Going To A New Home in reply to Paul A Young, 03-27-2014 17:38:34  
Try getting 20.8s down a 30 inch corn row. I needed 14.9s :( Never could follow a row.

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03-27-2014 18:24:57

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 Re: Going To A New Home in reply to Paul A Young, 03-27-2014 17:38:34  

When my uncle bought his 1270 back in the mid 70's it had 20.8-38's on, but he made the dealer swap them out for 18.4-38's. He thought the 20's were too wide to run in the plow furrow.

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03-27-2014 17:59:28

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 Re: Going To A New Home in reply to Paul A Young, 03-27-2014 17:38:34  
probably same reason they put 7.75x14 tires on a '65 GTO with 360 hp. making the traction the "weak point" saves on the more expensive "weak points" and gets it off warrantee.

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