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Re: Rear Tire Pressures

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10-10-2013 13:43:45

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Are the cuts deep enough that the tube could get pinched inside?? If the answer is yes you need to break if back down and put boots over them or the tube will sooner then later get pinched and that will cause a leak

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John Schmincke

10-11-2013 13:31:49

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 Re: Rear Tire Pressures in reply to old, 10-10-2013 13:43:45  
Not sure if the cuts are deep enough to reach the tube but I have an idea they are more surface slits. Never noticed any cuts B4 with the rotted rim aired @ 12. The air valve was rusted bad when purchased and spread out to a good 10 inch oval shape over two years. Eventually started seriously leaking just from being parked. Other side is calcium filled also and shows signs of weeping while the valve area is in better shape than the one replaced. I expect to be replacing that rim also early spring if it lasts the winter snow push. Old - remember the clutch rod you sent me? The tractor has 5 minutes running time since then. Starter parts locked the clutch/ tire leaked out to flat / just now starting to see some light of starting her back up for the snow if needed. Never a dull moment !

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10-11-2013 17:06:47

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 Re: Rear Tire Pressures in reply to John Schmincke, 10-11-2013 13:31:49  
If one tire is filled with fluid and the other is not either drain the filled one or fill the other or it can cause odd problems and even a flip over due to heavy on one side and not the other. I use Wiper fluid in my tires and Orchenlens has it on sale right now for $1.39 a gal

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John Schmincke

10-12-2013 12:31:51

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 Re: Rear Tire Pressures in reply to old, 10-11-2013 17:06:47  
Good advice. Think I~d prefer to drain the other side. If its too lite to push I guess I'll have to fill them. How do you get the wiper fluid in them? and approx how many gallons would a 12x28 need?
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10-12-2013 16:54:30

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 Re: Rear Tire Pressures in reply to John Schmincke, 10-12-2013 12:31:51  
12X28 holds around 28gal give or take a little bit. I have a chart that I could look at to give you a better number but 28 is close since the 13.6X28 is 32 if I remember right. As for how do you fill them send me an e-mail and I'll send you a page fro ma JD owners manual that show 3 or 4 way to fill them

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