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dave mordal

04-21-2008 19:43:19




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hello everyone. i have an allis wd and i'm wondering if i can put straight water in the tires for weight? this tractor is not used in the winter. will the water freezing over winter ruin anything?




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iowa_tire_guy

04-22-2008 10:44:40




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 Re: tire fluid in reply to dave mordal, 04-21-2008 19:43:19  
From a tire professional who works with these tires everyday.

I know a man here who puts in water in the spring and drains it out in the fall. Milton makes an adapter for a garden hose to tractor valve stem. Wouldn't be any problem as long as you get it drained before freezing. Draining is no problem, just park valve stem on the bottom, remove the inner valve stem and stand back. Inflate when done. What little water is left would be no problem.

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dave mordal

04-22-2008 12:09:36




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 Re: tire fluid in reply to iowa_tire_guy, 04-22-2008 10:44:40  
i may try that as i only need the weight for disking.



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hd6gtom

04-22-2008 09:34:16




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 Re: tire fluid in reply to dave mordal, 04-21-2008 19:43:19  
Dave Don't do that. I have taken an axe and chopped many tires off the rim. We have some large implement dealers that bring tractors up from the southern states with water filled tires. Our southern Iowa winter freeze ups will destroy water filled tires. The expanding water actually rips apart the tire. I have even done this with local tractors, the guys, being cheep, filled them with water intending to drain them and then forgot.

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tim[in]

04-21-2008 20:43:45




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 Re: tire fluid in reply to dave mordal, 04-21-2008 19:43:19  
Do you need the special valve inserts for liquid or will the regular ones work? I need to put some in my d17 too. Cast is too expensive! Thanks in advance



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old

04-21-2008 21:10:12




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 Re: tire fluid in reply to tim[in], 04-21-2008 20:43:45  
Theres an adapter that you have to use to fill tires with fluid. Cost around $5 for it



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tim[in]

04-22-2008 02:22:37




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 Re: tire fluid in reply to old, 04-21-2008 21:10:12  
i have the adapter but i mean the actual valve stem that goes into the stem on the inner tube valve stem. I've read and heard there are a valve for liquid filled tire and one for a air only tire.



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old

04-22-2008 06:57:28




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 Re: tire fluid in reply to tim[in], 04-22-2008 02:22:37  
I've always used the same type for either and never had any problems other then the normal problems which happen no matter what you have in the tube



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dave mordal

04-21-2008 19:58:42




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 Re: tire fluid in reply to dave mordal, 04-21-2008 19:43:19  
thanks, i'll try that



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old

04-21-2008 19:52:55




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 Re: tire fluid in reply to dave mordal, 04-21-2008 19:43:19  
Water not good. Even if you don't use it in the winter if it freezes it can/will destroy tires and tubes. I use wiper fluid in my tires any more. If you buy it buy the case you can still find it for $1-1.50 a gal. It will not rust the rims and is also safe for animals



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