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Re: Rear Tire Pressures

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10-10-2013 10:21:42

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12 PSI in a 12x28 tire.

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John Schmincke

10-10-2013 10:28:18

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 Re: Rear Tire Pressures in reply to Texas!, 10-10-2013 10:21:42  
Shouldve mentioned this tractor only does some lite chores around the estate-nothing harder than pushing what little snow we get around here. It had 12 - 15 lbs with the old rim & that seemed to be okay. I'll go out now and bleed it down a bit. Thanks Texas.

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john B. ne in

10-10-2013 10:51:22

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 Re: Rear Tire Pressures in reply to John Schmincke, 10-10-2013 10:28:18  
I also run 12# most of the time. If you have something heavy and drive on the road a lot, you might want to add just a little more. At 28# you were probably not putting a full lug on the ground which would wear the tread unevenly.

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John Schmincke

10-10-2013 13:43:49

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 Re: Rear Tire Pressures in reply to john B. ne in, 10-10-2013 10:51:22  
I can imagine. I dropped it down to 15 for now. Might drop it again to 12 when actually mounted on the tractor. The tire is resting against the side of the garage catching its breath from 20 lbs.

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10-10-2013 17:30:20

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 Re: Rear Tire Pressures in reply to John Schmincke, 10-10-2013 13:43:49  
about 12 here too.. depends on rear type though.

pretty soon you will get used to looking at the profile and sidewall of the tire and be able to air them up no gauge needed.

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