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Re: Question About Tire Brand

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Bryce Frazier

01-14-2014 08:31:05

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Well, the reason I am asking, is because I had a Titan Tire floating around, and we put it on the rim on the pickup side. The tire is like a 6.70 x 15 or some weird measurement like that, and when you lower the pickup, it rubs on the inside side wall of the tire. Well, I got my new manual for the baler, and it says that a 5.00 x 15 is REQUIRED for the pick up side?? I assume that is to cope with rubbing! Thanks for the info, Bryce

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01-15-2014 08:54:42

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 Re: Question About Tire Brand in reply to Bryce Frazier, 01-14-2014 08:31:05  
6:70 is not a weired measurement. That was the most common size tire used for years on cars, trucks and implements, next common was 7:60 size for larger cars and equipment. And that is probably correct size for plunger side that is the heaviest side so they put a smaller 5:00 on the pickup side as it would handle the weight there. The think to look at to decide if you can use a tubeless is condition and style of rim. Tubeless has to be very good condition and with no rivits holding rim to center to leak. The automobiles tire sizes were 6:40, 6:70, 7:10, 7:60, 8:00, 8:20 & 8:90 with a few 5:90 for the smaller cars.

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