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At least it is starting to look like a tractor again.

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Zach from TX

03-09-2013 15:35:16




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I bought this SC back in December. I have been tinkering with it for the last three months. Still waiting on the generator at the shop so I can run all the wires and finish putting it together. picture is from my cell phone so it may not be the best.




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oleclint

03-10-2013 08:45:48




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 Re: At least it is starting to look like a tractor again. in reply to Zach from TX, 03-09-2013 15:35:16  
Interested in knowing what brand are those tires. They are very different looking. thanks ,clint



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Zach from TX

03-10-2013 10:56:58




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 Re: At least it is starting to look like a tractor again. in reply to oleclint, 03-10-2013 08:45:48  
I can't remember the brand name or if there is one. I just know they are made in china and are made for irrigation pivots. I'll look on monday when I get back to the shop and take a couple of pictures.



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dzc3

03-10-2013 01:05:41




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 Re: At least it is starting to look like a tractor again. in reply to Zach from TX, 03-09-2013 15:35:16  
Where did you get those tire? I am looking for a CHEAP pair for my DC 3 hard to swallow the price of tires these days



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Zach from TX

03-10-2013 07:04:33




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 Re: At least it is starting to look like a tractor again. in reply to dzc3, 03-10-2013 01:05:41  
The local tractor tire guy ordered them for me. He doesn't keep any 11.2-38 tires i n stock. He could order several different ones and me being a cheapskate, thats what I got.



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casecollectorsc

03-10-2013 17:47:27




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 Re: At least it is starting to look like a tractor again. in reply to Zach from TX, 03-10-2013 07:04:33  
12.4x38 might be closer to the size you need. 11.2 don't fill the rim much.



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Don Rudolph

03-09-2013 19:33:08




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 Re: At least it is starting to look like a tractor again. in reply to Zach from TX, 03-09-2013 15:35:16  
That's pretty good progress for just a couple months. It looks like it'll be a beauty. Don



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axe55

03-09-2013 16:07:07




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 Re: At least it is starting to look like a tractor again. in reply to Zach from TX, 03-09-2013 15:35:16  
very nice



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denverslim

03-09-2013 16:00:14




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 Re: At least it is starting to look like a tractor again. in reply to Zach from TX, 03-09-2013 15:35:16  
Looks like a winner! Cell-phone camera or not...slim



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Adirondack case guy

03-09-2013 15:49:06




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 Re: At least it is starting to look like a tractor again. in reply to Zach from TX, 03-09-2013 15:35:16  
Nice job, but those rear tires are diff. looking.
Loren



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Zach from TX

03-09-2013 17:30:05




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 Re: At least it is starting to look like a tractor again. in reply to Adirondack case guy, 03-09-2013 15:49:06  
Yes they are different. They were cheap. Those tires are a decision I very much regret now.



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gary tomaszewski

03-10-2013 12:24:22




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 Re: At least it is starting to look like a tractor again. in reply to Zach from TX, 03-09-2013 17:30:05  
Zach when i looked for tires the irrigation tires were not rated for any type of road speeds more like feet per minute. I would be very cautious using them even at the slow Case speeds.



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Zach from TX

03-10-2013 14:53:34




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 Re: At least it is starting to look like a tractor again. in reply to gary tomaszewski, 03-10-2013 12:24:22  
Yeah. Good to know. I am going to check air pressure and read the warnings in the sidewall before I drive it any distance.



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