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Tractor Pulling Discussion Forum

BFG Power Saver Radials

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larryanderson

01-22-2014 04:59:03
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Got a set of worn 18.4x38 BFGs that have some weather checking have also seen it on Michelons Does this hurt them for pulling as I have had some in the past and the pullers sure seem to like them .




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larryanderson

01-26-2014 06:10:33
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 Re: BFG Power Saver Radials in reply to larryanderson, 01-22-2014 04:59:03  
Vic I would assume Radials would have more contact with surface.The problem some classes are bias ply only. From what I have seen the sharper worn tires with 20% tread usually Firestone 23deg or BFG are the tire of choice.New ones usually pick up to much dirt in front of sled.H.P. and balance are also important is pulling under 5MPH.



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VicS

01-26-2014 17:38:30
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 Re: BFG Power Saver Radials in reply to larryanderson, 01-26-2014 06:10:33  
Don't know if radials are better or not. I have thought that you probably lost what you gained in a longer footprint, with a lower drawbar height. Guys seem to put double the air in radials. But they must be better or no-one would care if you ran radials.



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horsinaround

01-25-2014 14:13:04
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 Re: BFG Power Saver Radials in reply to larryanderson, 01-22-2014 04:59:03  
Iam pretty new to pulling here. Whats the deal with radials ? Some guys love them and some hate them. Do the work better on certain tracks or on certain weight tractors ?



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VicS

01-23-2014 09:02:48
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 Re: BFG Power Saver Radials in reply to larryanderson, 01-22-2014 04:59:03  
They just need to be good enough the tubes don't pinch. We have a pair that are radial's, saving them for when the rules change.



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