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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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Rear Tires for a 9N

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Dr. Bert

08-30-2010 18:01:38
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Blew a tire. Decided to replace both rears. The dealer here offered me a 11.2X28 A Kuret Max Trac for $251.00 ea. Has anyone in N land had any experience with this brand. Sounds foreign made to me. He also can get Titans and they are $391 apiece. (US made). This tractor will never be worked except maybe for mowing or raking. Thanks




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gears

08-31-2010 17:49:17
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 Re: Rear Tires for a 9N in reply to Dr. Bert, 08-30-2010 18:01:38  
Tyres International quoted me at 189. per chinese tire and around 270 for US made. Local tire shop charges 42 to mount (no balance ;) ) and they dispose of the old one for that too.

http://www.tyres1.com/



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soundguy

08-31-2010 16:03:06
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 Re: Rear Tires for a 9N in reply to Dr. Bert, 08-30-2010 18:01:38  
try tucker tire too.

as for brand? at least for me.. I don't care what brand as long as they hold air..

soundguy



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Dakota Dave

08-30-2010 19:05:29
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 Re: Rear Tires for a 9N in reply to Dr. Bert, 08-30-2010 18:01:38  
I have had Akuret Max Trac tires on my Allis for four years. They have stiff sidewalls. I use tire chains in the winter they still look like new and I have lots of tracon even without wheel weights. I'd buy another set if I needed them.



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Hobo,NC

08-30-2010 18:42:19
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 Re: Rear Tires for a 9N in reply to Bruce (VA), 08-30-2010 18:01:38  
miller tire is one... I have not brought the new tires mounted up ready to go deal,,, but don't see how i could beat it... I am a tire dealer and its still hard to beat....

Lets throw some close figgers out

2 new tires $400.00

2 new tubes 90.00

2 new rims 250.00

labor 100.0

total 840.00

Do the math
2 new tars 502.00

2 new tubes 90.00

labor 100.00

total 690.00 plus tax guess
tax 55.20
745.20

If one rim is shot you will still have one new rim and one old rim....

Lets do my last deal

2 new rims 250.00

2 new tubes 45.00

me do'n a nice repaint on the new rims
100.00
labor 100.00
495.00
still had 2 haft worn tars that i may out live and get to do it over again... should have spent a few more hundred and got to use new tars that would out live me.... I deprived someone of 2 good haft worn out tars :evil:

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Dr. Bert

08-30-2010 18:41:09
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 Re: Rear Tires for a 9N in reply to Dr. Bert, 08-30-2010 18:01:38  
Thanks guys! My rims are in very good shape, I'm aware of Tucker tires and am leaning that way, and I breakdown and mount all my own tires.



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Ken(Ark)

08-30-2010 18:46:43
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 Re: Rear Tires for a 9N in reply to Dr. Bert, 08-30-2010 18:41:09  
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On tractor tires do you use soap and water , dry , ???

My B-I-L helped me mount some new rear tires and tubes . He had a bottle of baby powder w/ corn starch . Tires went on real smooth but I don't know if that was a good or bad thing . I do know the shop smelled right pretty for a few days .



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Dr. Bert

08-31-2010 10:49:49
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 Re: Rear Tires for a 9N in reply to Ken(Ark), 08-30-2010 18:46:43  
Ken(Ark): I lather the beads with concentrated liquid soap. However, this time around I will try the baby powder.



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Ken(Ark)

08-30-2010 18:27:10
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 Re: Rear Tires for a 9N in reply to Dr. Bert, 08-30-2010 18:01:38  
Tucker Tire , $750 for a pair of 11.2x28's on new rims , delivered free , then you have one good spare .

Your looking at $500 or $780 plus tubes ($45 ? ) and mounting (?) .

http://cgi.ebay.com/2-11-2x28-6-PLY-FORD-JOHN-DEERE-TRACTOR-TIRES-RIMS-/350387464601?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item5194b86999

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Sawatch 8N

08-30-2010 18:18:35
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 Re: Rear Tires for a 9N in reply to Dr. Bert, 08-30-2010 18:01:38  
HOBO, where do you get these UPS delivered tires? for how much?



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Hobo,NC

08-30-2010 18:15:06
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 Re: Rear Tires for a 9N in reply to Jerry/MT, 08-30-2010 18:01:38  
I have tried to beat the new tires mounted on new rims deal were the UPS truck backs up to the door and rolls'em out the back of the truck ready to bolt up,,,, always spend close are more to than new tires already mounted price...

Still kick'n my arse over the last deal,,, I had close to $500 in 2 new rims, 2 new tubes, labor and still had the haft worn tires,,,, next time will order up a new set delivered to my door and enjoy the new tars....

Its all gonna depend on the condition of yer rims,,, you will not know till you pay the labor to have yer tars dismounted,,, then you are stuck....
I prefer 11.2 even if I have to pay more....

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Sawatch 8N

08-30-2010 18:11:54
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 Re: Rear Tires for a 9N in reply to Dr. Bert, 08-30-2010 18:01:38  
Doc, I found Akuret backhoe tires on the web, an offshoot of Delta tires, both prob made in US. Price sounds about what Skip at the Gunbarrel Station charges.



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