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Re: Tire Day

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10-05-2013 18:10:56

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Are the smaller one's a trailer type rim to run the tubeless? I have a '52 N and would love to put the tubeless on the front.
Thanks, Gary

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Ultradog MN

10-06-2013 02:07:12

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 Re: Tire Day in reply to gwstang, 10-05-2013 18:10:56  
Both sets of rims are tractor/implement rims.
Available from most any place that sells ag tires.
I bought both sets from Pioneer Rim and Wheel in Minneapolis. They were about $90/pr 10 years ago and now are $118/pr with the valve stems and tax.
If you figure in that you don't have to buy tubes it makes springing for the rims a little more palatable.

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10-06-2013 16:37:47

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 Re: Tire Day in reply to Ultradog MN, 10-06-2013 02:07:12  
Thanks! SWMBO gets ill when I cut the front yard (too lazy to get the riding mower out) with the bush hog and the three rib tires on the front rip the grass if I am going too fast. OOHHH WEEE she gets hot. The only thing that makes her madder is if I "accidentally" clip one of her precious roses when weed eating ( I am now forbidden to weed eat around any of her stuff). I got a good talking too last nite about that...ugh. Heck, I'm like everyone else, hurry up-get done-gone fishin"!

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