my wd has 13.6-28 tires on the rear. these tires have big cracks and im afraid to do much pulling with them. just driving it down the road you can watch the cracks getting wider. I found a brand new set of 14.9-28 tires for only $200. would i be able to run these on my stock wheels? With a deal like that i dont think the tires will be available long. thanks for your input in advance.
Re: what rear tires for my 1949 wd in reply to JMS/.MN, 12-21-2010 21:28:45
thanks. I just went and measured a rim that isnt on my tractor right now and it's an 11 inch rim. I was hoping the 14.9 would work. $200 for a brand new set is a steal compared to what i have found for the 13.6 tires.
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