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Charles in Aus.

07-28-2013 22:18:53
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Cut the side walls off a pair of damaged turf tyres that are an appropriate size to fit over the tread , and use the remaining tread belt. Should be much cheaper [ free] and have the added advantage of having some grip on the grass , unlike conveyor belt . I use the tread from textile belted tyres for the safety screen of my slasher [ brush hog ] .Free from any tyre service and much more durable than the expensive rubber belting you are supposed to use .

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Don Hooks

07-29-2013 09:15:36
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 Re: cover for rear tire tread? in reply to Charles in Aus., 07-28-2013 22:18:53  
Good thought - I considered a "gator" (trucker slang for a thrown tractor trailer tread) but they aren"t long enough without stitching pieces together. I will look for used-up turf tires or even Ag tires that I can turn inside out after stripping off the side walls. Thanks!



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 Re: cover for rear tire tread? in reply to Don Hooks, 07-29-2013 09:15:36  
Clever idea , If you used ag tyres inside out as you mentioned the lugs would lock into each other and hold the belt in position .



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