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Tractor Talk Discussion Forum

Old style firestone tractor tires

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1 Dollar

06-07-2006 11:04:31
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I have two of these old style closed tread tractor tires on a cart. Anybody know when they were last made? Just curious.
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noncompos

06-07-2006 18:46:49
65.102.18.7



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 Re: Old style firestone tractor tires in reply to 1 Dollar, 06-07-2006 11:04:31  
FWIW: picked up a "Firestone Farm Tires ("The Leader In The Field") Farm Tire Data Book" (81/2x11 PB 3-hole punched) (printed with soy ink, no less!!)
Anyway, all seriousness aside, it doesn't show that tread in any of the illus, and has "D402A Rev. 10/96", which one would assume means Oct 1996.



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Stan - Florida

06-07-2006 18:22:24
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 Re: Old style firestone tractor tires in reply to 1 Dollar, 06-07-2006 11:04:31  
Don't know when they were last made, but our '49 John Deere A (built May 31, 1949) had the newer, curved tread design. I'm guessing the style changed sometime close to when WW II ended and the newer styled John Deeres came out.

Stan



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buickanddeere

06-07-2006 14:52:36
216.183.138.84



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 Re: Old style firestone tractor tires in reply to 1 Dollar, 06-07-2006 11:04:31  
www.millertire.com



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Don-Wi

06-07-2006 13:15:01
198.150.183.44



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 Re: Old style firestone tractor tires in reply to 1 Dollar, 06-07-2006 11:04:31  
I've seen these on fairly new New Holland implements like a small merger and a rake. Donovan from Wisconsin



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Mike M

06-07-2006 12:31:39
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 Re: Old style firestone tractor tires in reply to 1 Dollar, 06-07-2006 11:04:31  
They are reproducing some sizes for on the old tractors.



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