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Removal Of Rear Tire Mounted on 190XT

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Farmerhr

10-11-2018 22:28:44




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Need to remove the 18.4x34 eight ply tire mounted on an 190XT. The tire is very old and stiff and I think it may be the original tire. The bead is broken on both sides. Now I need to remove the tire from the rim. I have put blocks of wood all around the inside and the front half of the tire to move the bead off the flat part of the rim. I have lowered the tractor so there is pressure on the bottom to push the tire up into the drop part of the rim on the bottom. I have been able to get about an eight inch section of the front bead past the outside of the rim at the top. It is really getting tough at this point to get more of the tire off. I would appreciate any help on how I should proceed. Also are there any lubricants that I should be using ? Would also like to hear any experiences you have had. Thank you in advance for any help you can give me.

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Brian Jasper co. Ia

10-24-2018 09:58:06




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 Re: Removal Of Rear Tire Mounted on 190XT in reply to Farmerhr, 10-11-2018 22:28:44  
I second the Sawzall if the tire is scrap. Lots easier coming off that way.



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Hd6gtom

10-18-2018 07:34:38




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 Re: Removal Of Rear Tire Mounted on 190XT in reply to Farmerhr, 10-11-2018 22:28:44  
I spent 22 years doing this. 1st thing, what are you using for bead lube? Dish soap isn't slick enough. Get yourself 2--30" tire irons, Ken Tool sells some good ones, some good bead lube, such as the stuff NAPA sells. Raise the tire off the ground, slick up the beads with plenty of lube and start prying it off the rim. If you don't have enough lube, you can bend the rim. Old tires are the hardest to remove, thus requiring lots of lube. It requires persistence and patience + brute strength.

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Dick L

10-18-2018 13:12:27




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 Re: Removal Of Rear Tire Mounted on 190XT in reply to Hd6gtom, 10-18-2018 07:34:38  
Good advise for someone that was not 80 years old with Neuropathy in all four limbs. I do not have the brute strength that I once had. I have tire irons and can not force the tire iron between the rim and bead. I can however get a screwdriver in with the use of a hammer when I can't with my bare hands. Also as you see I got it done. My video was not a how to do video and wasn't intended to be, it was just to prove with my problems I could still do what needed to be done by myself without help. I could tell you I did it but without the video most that know my problems would think I was not truthful. I still want to do the same stuff 20 years from now dontchyaknow. (:^D

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Dick L

10-17-2018 15:03:09




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 Re: Removal Of Rear Tire Mounted on 190XT in reply to Farmerhr, 10-11-2018 22:28:44  
I just took one side off a few days ago to pull the tube out so it could be patched and videoed it. Some of it only. I thought I had posted but at 80 I might have thought I did and didn't. It is not a how to video by any means but how I did it.



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Hurst

10-16-2018 12:49:51




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 Re: Removal Of Rear Tire Mounted on 190XT in reply to Farmerhr, 10-11-2018 22:28:44  
Do you have a bale spear for loader or 3pt? If so, I usually get the bead started over the rim where I can get the spear between the tire and rim ( ) and then put the tractor in reverse (so it pushes down on the spear and not pulling up) and slowly let it do the work. It should work just like a tire machine on a large scale. Also, did you pull the tube out yet? If you can get the tube out first, that will make sure it is not blocking the bead from dropping down into the drop area of the rim. It really should just come off as soon as the opposite end of the tire is in the drop section of the rim, just a matter of handling the weight and flexing the sidewalls to keep the tire coming off.

Hurst

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Shaun Wallace

10-12-2018 17:44:43




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 Re: Removal Of Rear Tire Mounted on 190XT in reply to Farmerhr, 10-11-2018 22:28:44  
I take junk tires off with chainsaw. Cut about 2-3 inch from bead then usually bead will fall off. If not broke down use cutoff wheel to cut bead.



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IA Roy

10-12-2018 12:35:05




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 Re: Removal Of Rear Tire Mounted on 190XT in reply to Farmerhr, 10-11-2018 22:28:44  
Look on YouTube. Probably many videos on how to remove rear tractor tire. Breaking beads is the hardest part. Pretty easy after that. Easier for someone to show you than for me to describe how.



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smileykeith

10-12-2018 02:33:15




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 Re: Removal Of Rear Tire Mounted on 190XT in reply to Farmerhr, 10-11-2018 22:28:44  
If tire is junk a sawzall works great other wise i use dish soap for lub



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