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Jason S.

10-30-2013 06:11:14

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I had the exact same tires mounted on my TO-20 except I got 11.2x28. I am very pleased with mine. They replaced a set of Firestones that was on it. It pulls better when plowing than before. Used to if it hit a hard spot in the ground it would spin out, now it will kill the motor before it spins. I"ve ran over all kinds of thorns and had no problems. The 11.2x28 that I got were as tall as some 12.4x28 that I have seen.Every tire manufacturers true size is different from each other. You can line up 5 tires from 5 manufacturers and they will all be different in diameter even though they are supposed to be the same size. The comment asking about 11.2x28 was $241.00 a piece and I think the 12.4x28 was $280.00 a piece where I get my tires from.

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10-30-2013 06:26:31

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 Re: New Tires in reply to Jason S., 10-30-2013 06:11:14  
The Firestone field & road 23* tire was equivilant to one size smaller than the older 45* Firestones. To get the same height you had to go up one size. And they never did have the traction that the 45* tires had and wrapped up in mud while the 45* ran clean plowing one following the other. A 23* Firestone on a tractor would be a deal breaker for me as with the luck I have had with them I would have to change out the tires before I ever used the tractor.

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