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.
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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