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Re: Question About Tire Brand

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01-14-2014 08:16:06

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Bryce,Miller tire is expencive.If its not a specially sized tire,shop local for a better deal.That fact and you wont have to pay shipping and local will give SERVICE,oftentimes they will mount new purchaces for free.You dont need to buy a new 'implement' tire for your baler.Most us run old used automotive tires on our implements.Unless you just 'have to have' implement tires(for a showpiece) there is no reason to 'buy' new tires for your baler.BTW,put a tube in your baler tires.Tubless tend to seep and are often flat when you need the machine.Good luck!

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01-14-2014 08:25:59

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 Re: Question About Tire Brand in reply to DeltaRed, 01-14-2014 08:16:06  
BTW,forgot to mention.I recently bought 2 pair of 500x15 tririb tires.One pr Was 44.ea,(HarvestKing) the other pr, 50 ea.(BKT).This was from my local tire guy.

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01-14-2014 08:21:02

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 Re: Question About Tire Brand in reply to DeltaRed, 01-14-2014 08:16:06  
The pickup side should be something like a 5.00x15.A 185/195x 15 car tire will be about perfect.The pickup side is pretty light.In doesnt take much tire to hold it (the baler) up.

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01-14-2014 11:41:20

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 Re: Question About Tire Brand in reply to DeltaRed, 01-14-2014 08:21:02  
A 185-195/75/15 tire will be narrow. Don't get a 195/65/15 tire - it will be too wide.

I bought a used trailer tire that was ST195/75/15 they had just happened to pull off that day - otherwise it was headed for recycling pile.

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