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Re: 12 tires on a Little Allis G

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Tom

09-04-2002 16:30:10




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I think you could put a wider tire on the stock rims. If you musthave even wider tires stick with the same rim diameter. A larger tire will be a bigger overall diameter anyway.You don't want to raise the back of the tractor to much. If you go too much larger in diameter it will also seem like you have less power as it takes more power to turn a larger diameter wheel.




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Don LC

09-05-2002 06:15:53




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 Re: Re: 12 tires on a Little Allis G in reply to Tom, 09-04-2002 16:30:10  
I know about large tire will stand taller.....the tractor now has 30" rims....Looks like I could use 28" rims......no way could I put 12" wide tires on the stock rims for 7" tires...What I am asking is there a 28 or 30" plane steel rim that I can adapt to the G ....I would like to buy a set of used tires and rims.....



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Tom

09-05-2002 17:32:07




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 Re: Re: Re: 12 tires on a Little Allis G in reply to Don LC, 09-05-2002 06:15:53  
Well if you are going to go with smaller diameter rims I can see this might work. Try Miller tire, they have plain rims you can weld to. I think they are listed here somewhere if you look. Maybe search on Miller Tire or someone will know their e mail address.



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