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Re: pulling tires

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dkr

10-14-2013 18:13:55
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Well thanks guys. I can see that tire choices are like color choices. Some folks are diehard green, red or gold lovers and so it is with tall and wide. I have a Moline U Div.II that has 18.4 X 30s and I think y'all have convinced me to try some 14.9 X 38s. Thank you so much. Y'all have been very helpful.




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10-14-2013 18:57:28
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 Re: pulling tires in reply to dkr, 10-14-2013 18:13:55  
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If you can keep those 18.4s mounted. Plenty of guys travel with two or more pair of tires so that they are covered when the track calls for other than what they have on. I arrived at a pull once where the track had always been very soft, and they had just put down 18 inches of clay, wet it down, worked it up and it was like pavement.



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10-15-2013 07:24:56
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 Re: pulling tires in reply to showcrop, 10-14-2013 18:57:28  
I thought about that, Showcrop. Mostly around here we pull on tight, clay tracks. On occasion we pull inside pavillions where the track is more sand. I think the 18.4s would be better for that.



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