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Jason S.

04-10-2013 17:08:55

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The problem with the replacement manifolds is the casting is thicker and once you get a nut started you can"t get a wrench on them to tighten them up. You will have to take a grinder and grind away at the runners on the manifold to get the clearance you need. Tom is right the TO30 could be had with 4x19 or 6.00x16, although it seems that most TO30"s were ordered with the 6.00x16. I"m looking at the rear rims. Those aren"t TO30 rims. I"m not sure what they are off of but it looks like the rear tires are too big for that tractor. What size are they?

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Del Huebner

04-10-2013 17:23:49

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 Re: TO-30 Questions. in reply to Jason S., 04-10-2013 17:08:55  
Jason, The tires are brand new, I think they are 14.9X24, I do know they are 24's. I would like to trade them for a new pair of 11.2X28, wheels and all. Thanks for the tip on shaving some off the new manifold.

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Jason S.

04-10-2013 18:02:12

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 Re: TO-30 Questions. in reply to Del Huebner, 04-10-2013 17:23:49  
I thought they looked awful fat. 11.2 or 12.4 is fine as they were both options, but a 14.9 will suck some power out the engine plus it will make the ground speed faster.

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