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What is wrong with this picture?

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Brian60950

03-04-2014 18:53:22
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I had one rim replaced & the other needed a new inner tube.
I got home & took this picture with my phone. I didn't even notice something's wrong until I was looking at this picture on my laptop a few minutes ago.




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Brian60950

03-05-2014 15:34:41
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 Re: What is wrong with this picture? in reply to Brian60950, 03-04-2014 18:53:22  
I took 'em back & rolled both wheels into the shop so I could hold them up side-by-side, valve stems facing inward as they're mounted on the tractor & showed 'em the rotation direction arrows on the tires & they swapped one of them around.
Stupid tire shops in Indiana that have the Rimguard ballast can't get to them til next week so tomorrow I'm gonna haul them way out into the middle of nowhere to some tiny town that's not even on the map. Stockland, IL. Zoom in on Google Maps & it doesn't even show the name of the town.
Snow on the road, back-roads the whole way. Two-wheel drive S-10, ... 60 miles each way, this oughta be fun.

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Woodchuck

03-05-2014 08:04:10
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 Re: What is wrong with this picture? in reply to Brian60950, 03-04-2014 18:53:22  
One for forward and one for backing up!



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oldtanker

03-05-2014 05:29:31
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 Re: What is wrong with this picture? in reply to Brian60950, 03-04-2014 18:53:22  
Quit whining, now you can go both directions with equal traction and speed!

Rik



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Colin King

03-05-2014 18:41:18
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 Re: What is wrong with this picture? in reply to oldtanker, 03-05-2014 05:29:31  
That's what I was thinking!

Colin



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mhb@ufe

03-05-2014 05:21:19
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 Re: What is wrong with this picture? in reply to Brian60950, 03-04-2014 18:53:22  
One tire is for going forward and the other tire is for going backwards.

Mark



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Jerry9n

03-04-2014 19:44:26
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 Re: What is wrong with this picture? in reply to Brian60950, 03-04-2014 18:53:22  
Maybe they thought the 'N' is for NASCAR, and you only turn left?


Jerry



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showcrop

03-04-2014 19:25:31
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 Re: What is wrong with this picture? in reply to Brian60950, 03-04-2014 18:53:22  
I expect that if you take them back they will change one no charge.



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old

03-04-2014 19:23:07
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 Re: What is wrong with this picture? in reply to Brian60950, 03-04-2014 18:53:22  
Well you can still use them that way just one tire will sit out wider then the other one. That is why when I do tires I mark the rims as per direction of rotation



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Den N Ms

03-04-2014 19:10:43
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 Re: What is wrong with this picture? in reply to Brian60950, 03-04-2014 18:53:22  
One tire, or the other is mounted backwards.



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Brian60950

03-04-2014 20:47:23
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 Re: What is wrong with this picture? in reply to Den N Ms, 03-04-2014 19:10:43  
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Yes.

Now we can argue over which one is backwards. :D
I say it's the left one.
Oh wait, ... we can also argue whether the left rim is the new one or if it's the older one. :D


Gonna have to take it back over there tomorrow & have 'em swap it around & hopefully they won't stab my inner tube taking it off.



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heybusdriver

03-05-2014 18:45:30
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 Re: What is wrong with this picture? in reply to Brian60950, 03-04-2014 20:47:23  
Maybe your on your way to putting duels on the back for added traction. Just get another 2 and put them on the other direction.

Stan
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Royse

03-04-2014 19:08:58
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 Re: What is wrong with this picture? in reply to Brian60950, 03-04-2014 18:53:22  
"Oh, you wanted one for each side?" LOL



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Bob Harvey

03-04-2014 19:04:52
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 Re: What is wrong with this picture? in reply to Brian60950, 03-04-2014 18:53:22  
Pretty crappy tire jumps out !



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