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Implement Alley Discussion Forum

Re: Tubes vs Tubeless

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05-03-2013 18:47:13
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Well if you think about it this is Yesterdays tractor and a person like me runs machines that are like say a NH271 baler or a NH850 baler and other such things. So with out knowing for sure what he has it is any bodies guess as to what he should or should not run and as a safety stand point I'll still stick with what I said




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RodInNS

05-03-2013 19:05:41
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 Re: Tubes vs Tubeless in reply to old, 05-03-2013 18:47:13  
Actually, he did state that the tires were 9.5L and 11L-15. While they can be tubed they are generally regarded as tubeless.

Rod



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05-03-2013 19:10:08
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 Re: Tubes vs Tubeless in reply to RodInNS, 05-03-2013 19:05:41  
Ah but both my NH850 and my NH851 have tires that size and they are in fact TUBE type only so again goes to how new or old his equipment is as to being safe or correct.



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05-03-2013 22:35:06
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 Re: Tubes vs Tubeless in reply to old, 05-03-2013 19:10:08  
I've never seen a tube type 11L15. Ever... and I've been around this crap quite a long time. 7.50-15... yes. 9.5L/11L... never.

Rod



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05-04-2013 09:00:49
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 Re: Tubes vs Tubeless in reply to RodInNS, 05-03-2013 22:35:06  
Just goes to show you an old dog can lean new trick so to speak



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05-04-2013 10:56:22
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 Re: Tubes vs Tubeless in reply to old, 05-04-2013 09:00:49  
If you've got an 11L15 that is truly a tube type tire... then it's probably older than father time. I can only imagine the dry rot...

Rod



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05-04-2013 13:16:22
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 Re: Tubes vs Tubeless in reply to RodInNS, 05-04-2013 10:56:22  
Well the NH 850 round baler is old and that is what they are on and have been on it since I got it some 10 plus years ago



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