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Re: Australia Vegemite and Combine Tires reversed

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Tim S

11-19-2013 06:47:35
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I have heard of the reverse tire direction theory around here years back,,in my opinion a silly idea, make them go the right way and you may not need to back out is my thoughts...




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Leroy

11-20-2013 06:24:08
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 Re: Australia Vegemite and Combine Tires reversed in reply to Tim S, 11-19-2013 06:47:35  
It was common to reverce then on the tractors with mounted corn pickers here in the USA. And if you got to a wet spot you could back away but in no way could you go forward. Trying to continue forward would only bury the front end deeper, backing out would pull front end back up on solid ground.



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Tim S

11-20-2013 06:50:21
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 Re: Australia Vegemite and Combine Tires reversed in reply to Leroy, 11-20-2013 06:24:08  
Yes Leroy that thought does have merit,, but so does the thought of better traction to continue going forward,and when your in extreme muddy conditions you try every angle, I sure have been through my share of mud in the past, If I would have had a camera back then I could have had a full length movie of stuck combines and tractors, and how we would tie everything on the farm to a big unit to get it out of the mud, and yes it's different ideas and out-looks that make the world go round.

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Leroy

11-23-2013 18:50:32
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 Re: Australia Vegemite and Combine Tires reversed in reply to Tim S, 11-20-2013 06:50:21  
As soon as you start to get mut that the wheels start to plug you stop and back out and go around the wet spot, never try to go through it. I have had that front end balled completely up with mud that took a day to dig out.



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