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Rear Ford 9N tractor tire

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earnest37

05-19-2010 10:11:05
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Looking for a reasonably priced rear tire for my 1949 9N tractor. Current size is 12.4-28. Tread is the "normal" self--cleaning tread. Any help?




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Woodchuck

05-21-2010 11:24:39
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 Re: Rear Ford 9N tractor tire in reply to earnest37, 05-19-2010 10:11:05  
Where are you located? There is a pair on Ithica, NY craigslist for $500.00 mounted and loaded with calcium.



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earnest37

05-21-2010 16:58:41
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 Re: Rear Ford 9N tractor tire in reply to Woodchuck, 05-21-2010 11:24:39  
Unfortunately I"m on the other side of the continent in California! Thanks for the info anyway.



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littleCAfarmer

05-21-2010 11:00:02
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 Re: Rear Ford 9N tractor tire in reply to earnest37, 05-19-2010 10:11:05  
we are in ca & shopping for rear tires, saw Tucker on ebay....sounds like they are a good company to deal with. are the rims & tires they sell pretty good quality?



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earnest37

05-21-2010 17:07:59
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 Re: Rear Ford 9N tractor tire in reply to littleCAfarmer, 05-21-2010 11:00:02  
I found a single tire for $217 plus about $125 for delivery and was hoping to find something in the Southern California area where I could simply drive to and pick up. Anyone know of anything in the LA area?



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littleCAfarmer

05-21-2010 17:19:32
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 Re: Rear Ford 9N tractor tire in reply to earnest37, 05-21-2010 17:07:59  
did you check Duratire on ebay? they are in Los Angeles. maybe you can pick them up there. we are also in so cal & looking at what they have to offer.



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littleCAfarmer

05-21-2010 17:19:23
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 Re: Rear Ford 9N tractor tire in reply to earnest37, 05-21-2010 17:07:59  
did you check Duratire on ebay? they are in Los Angeles. maybe you can pick them up there. we are also in so cal & looking at what they have to offer.



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intruder

05-19-2010 18:53:09
76.31.231.252



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 Re: Rear Ford 9N tractor tire in reply to earnest37, 05-19-2010 10:11:05  
you can say that again!!! lol!!!



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Dan in CO

05-19-2010 17:23:51
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 Re: Rear Ford 9N tractor tire in reply to JOKER in Alberta, 05-19-2010 10:11:05  

soundguy said: (quoted from post at 18:55:35 05/19/10) I just bought a set of 13.6x28's for my 850 with 6 loop rims and tubes.. assembled.. delivered to my door for 700$ from tucker.

darn good looking tires.
soundguy
Were those the "East One" brand? That is what I got for Olie. They were 12.4 X 28 with rims deliverd to my door in Colorado for $800 2 years ago and we have been very pleased with them

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Kurt-NEPA

05-19-2010 11:09:10
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 Re: Rear Ford 9N tractor tire in reply to earnest37, 05-19-2010 10:11:05  
If you are looking for a new tire I would try Tucker tire. Great prices and delivery.
Link for a pair

http://cgi.ebay.com/2-12-4x28-8-P-FORD-JUBILEE-2n-8n-TRACTOR-TIRES-tubes-/350348605365?cmd=ViewItem&pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item51926777b5

If you only want one tire - email them and I'll bet they post a single tire on Ebay for you.

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soundguy

05-19-2010 11:09:47
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 Re: Rear Ford 9N tractor tire in reply to earnest37, 05-19-2010 10:11:05  
tucker tire is hard to beat on prices.

soundguy



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earnest37

05-19-2010 14:55:38
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 Re: Rear Ford 9N tractor tire in reply to soundguy, 05-19-2010 11:09:47  
At $500+ doesn't sound like such a good buy. I found them at King Tires for less than half that. Will Keep looking though. Thanks for the reply.



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Dell (WA)

05-19-2010 16:01:05
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 Re: Rear Ford 9N tractor tire in reply to earnest37, 05-19-2010 14:55:38  
Earnest......you do know the original ag-bar tire size was 10-28, don't you??? The gobberment re-measured the tire and now the same tire is 11.2. Generally around $200 ea.

As fer yer 12.4-28, they do cost more specially iff'n you also buy new rim and hub. $500 sounds about rite. You will NOT haffta replace them ever unless you rot and trash them. 25yr life is only $20/yr. ......Dell



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earnest37

05-21-2010 17:05:22
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 Re: Rear Ford 9N tractor tire in reply to Dell (WA), 05-19-2010 16:01:05  
Yes, but the original tires were really narrow and the tractor had the 12.4-28s on it when I bought it about 10 years ago. I rode one of these on our farm more than 50 years ago and I do remember the tires being pretty narrow in order to plow corn, pull a planter, etc. The one tire was almost new at that time I bought this tractor but the other was obviously pretty old and really shows splitting, etc., now, right down to the cord. Time to get a replacement. I'd buy two tires but I only use the tractor to mow an acre of grass and grade my DG drivewas with a box blade. Thanks for the info.

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soundguy

05-19-2010 16:55:35
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 Re: Rear Ford 9N tractor tire in reply to Dell (WA), 05-19-2010 16:01:05  
I just bought a set of 13.6x28's for my 850 with 6 loop rims and tubes.. assembled.. delivered to my door for 700$ from tucker.

darn good looking tires.

soundguy



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soundguy

05-19-2010 16:55:31
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 Re: Rear Ford 9N tractor tire in reply to Dell (WA), 05-19-2010 16:01:05  
I just bought a set of 13.6x28's for my 850 with 6 loop rims and tubes.. assembled.. delivered to my door for 700$ from tucker.

darn good looking tires.

soundguy



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