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Combines & Harvesters Discussion Forum

Tire prices

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haley

10-26-2012 04:26:54
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I thought i was going to have to call the rescue unit to come revive me after I made the phone call to price two new front combine tires.Back in 2000 I put two new 23.1x26 10 ply Goodyear Dynatorque tires on one of my combines and paid around $600 each for them.I need two for the other one now and called my local tire guy to get him to check on them and the price.When he called me back I almost fell out of the chair---$1886 per tire plus the tube and $85 extra shipping to get them here.You are talking almost $4000 to put two tires on a combine that I only paid $3000 for.I have got several diecent tires on my parts combines that all of a sudden are looking to be in real good shap now!I would hate to even price a 30.5x32 like the bigger machines run.Any of you guys feel like that everyone has a hand in your pocket easily taking your money that you bust your rear,bleed and sweat everyday to put in there?

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Dalet

11-11-2012 19:08:58
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 Re: Tire prices in reply to MeanGene1, 10-26-2012 04:26:54  
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Right. And everything we have to buy is 10x the price. Rent, fertilizer, new equipment, etc. I get paid last. :cry:



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Deere Scotty

10-28-2012 01:48:16
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 Re: Tire prices in reply to haley, 10-26-2012 04:26:54  
Dont scare me! I really need a couple of new 10.00 16's for a tractor right now!



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The tractor vet

10-27-2012 10:48:47
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 Re: Tire prices in reply to haley, 10-26-2012 04:26:54  
All tire prices have went thur the roof . I need four four my 95 Dodge and ya ain't going to find then for what i use to get them for ,lets start at 150 and go from there . Need two rears on my 806 sure ain't ah going to get them for what i use to get them for , ya can get one for what two use to cost with tubes and mounted.Need 4 winter tires on the youngest daughters car lets start at a 100 bucks apiece double what they were a year and a half ago. BUT things are somuch better.

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Josh in Pa

10-26-2012 14:56:56
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 Re: Tire prices in reply to haley, 10-26-2012 04:26:54  
I recently looked at a combine for $9500. A pretty nice one, except the 30.5x32 drive tires were about to fall off of it. New ones are~$2700 each.
Josh



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mudcreek183

10-26-2012 14:06:56
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 Re: Tire prices in reply to haley, 10-26-2012 04:26:54  
we got two tires that size from Tucker tire in west Tn. last year a lot cheaper then that price give them a try 1 888 248 7146 they might be able to help you.



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Fordfarmer

10-26-2012 07:15:23
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 Re: Tire prices in reply to haley, 10-26-2012 04:26:54  
I never even priced new 23.1's... other (smaller!) tires are so high I never bothered. Last time my wife and I visited her Grandma, I drove the truck, as we go right past Worthington Ag Parts. I stopped and picked up a decent used pair for $300 (no rims, though). I watch auctions, too... have a bid on a pair with rims at an online auction right now. The originals on my 1400 still have real good tread, but are getting some pretty serious cracks.

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haley

10-27-2012 04:48:42
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 Re: Tire prices in reply to Fordfarmer, 10-26-2012 07:15:23  
Thats the way mine are---Serious cracks! What scares me is that you never know when one of those cracks will let go.



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1206SWMO

10-26-2012 07:08:26
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 Re: Tire prices in reply to haley, 10-26-2012 04:26:54  
Tire prices have gone thru the roof in the past 5-6 years..However the Fed says we just have 2% inflation...

Good used tires are even getting hard to find at the tractor and combine salvage yards...They go out as fast as they come in..When you do find good used ones they want plenty for them..My local tire dealer says he now gets more requests for used tires than new tires.

I ruined a 10x16 front tire on my 1206 IH loader tractor...My local tire dealer said a new one is $282..Recently I got lucky and got an 80% one on a farm sale for $10..A new tube was $20 and I was charged $15 to mount it..

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RGMartin

10-26-2012 06:52:19
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 Re: Tire prices in reply to haley, 10-26-2012 04:26:54  
On eBay, there is an outfit in Texas selling NEW 23.1x26 12ply BKTs for $750 each, mounted on 10 bolt rims. I just installed a pair on my combine as the original Goodyears were shaking her violently. Night and day difference.
This post was edited by RGMartin at 06:53:02 10/26/12.



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Banditfarmer

10-26-2012 05:18:15
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 Re: Tire prices in reply to haley, 10-26-2012 04:26:54  
Time to hit the bone yards! I just got 2 23.1x26 10 ply Firestone 151s on rims for $300 out of a local junk yard. I wasent there looking for them but came acrossed them and had to ask about them and ended up buying them. Seams like tire prices have gone through the roof! Just payed $300 for to 2 tires for my wifes Ranger and liked to fell over. I know the 23.1 are not new but for that price they will run along time on my old 95. Bandit

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Kent Petersen

11-11-2012 09:36:31
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 Re: Tire prices in reply to Banditfarmer, 10-26-2012 05:18:15  
just like to point out dont think any of you guys are selling corn or beans for the same money as you got in 2000



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