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Tony in Mass.

10-29-2013 21:58:56

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Gosh, if that is a 57, why is it red? You'll have to do something about that now that she got new shoes. 8 ply is good. Did you take just the wheels? or the whole tractor went in the shop? If so, did he change them standing up? I need more practice changing tires vertically.
Looks great- good luck with them!

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10-30-2013 09:26:17

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 Re: New Tires in reply to Tony in Mass., 10-29-2013 21:58:56  
it was cream color with gray body when new,

I repainted it red, so it would look like all other fergy's.

I did not want someone to think I was driving a case down the road.
does not really matter, there are so many John Deere's in my area, that I have to drive the old fergy at night, so no one will see me.

TO_35 is a nice little tractor, can do a lot of work for it's size.

maybe I can sell the old tires as they were still up and running.

Funny: the tire salesman said when I ask about how much to ask for the old tires, "If I were going to do much bush hogging I would rather have your old tires, to tear up and punch holes in."

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10-30-2013 22:45:58

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 Re: New Tires in reply to maxwell99, 10-30-2013 09:26:17  
Drive it at NIGHT? Shucks,I would drive it anywhere, anytime! Show them "greenies" what a REAL tractor looks like! LOL

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Richard L

10-30-2013 05:38:36

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 Re: New Tires in reply to Tony in Mass., 10-29-2013 21:58:56  
Tony, be careful don't you remember some of the postings we have had this year on this forum?? The last 1874 1957 TO 35s were painted Red & Flint Metallic Grey. See there is something else for you to look for. LOL

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10-30-2013 14:26:16

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 Re: New Tires in reply to Richard L, 10-30-2013 05:38:36  
Richard, were any of them ever painted red and yellow with a bit of blue and maybe even some silver here and there? Sam

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Richard L

10-30-2013 19:15:32

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 Re: New Tires in reply to samn40, 10-30-2013 14:26:16  
Sam, I have never heard of that over here but I did see that one posted from one of the shows you went to. At least I think it was you. Other than that Tony probably has one like that. I think Tony has stock in the Rust-Oleum Company.

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