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Billyboyr66

06-17-2017 05:38:58




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I love the tires that are on this f20 in this picture. Does anyone know of a reproduction company who makes one like this or close? My favorite part of them is the way the tread wraps way around onto the sidewalls.

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Old-F20

06-19-2017 07:05:53




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 Re: Antique tractor tires in reply to Billyboyr66, 06-17-2017 05:38:58  
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sure it wasn't a turf tire? lol



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OldFarmall450

06-18-2017 11:30:37




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 Re: Antique tractor tires in reply to Billyboyr66, 06-17-2017 05:38:58  
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Always remember, No good deed goes unpunished.



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Billyboyr66

06-18-2017 11:22:30




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 Re: Antique tractor tires in reply to Billyboyr66, 06-17-2017 05:38:58  
I see. One of those deals huh. Lol. That's ok. I appreciate you trying to help me out anyhow.



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Superhank

06-18-2017 10:49:46




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 Re: Antique tractor tires in reply to Billyboyr66, 06-17-2017 05:38:58  
Took me more than a few calls to find the owner who had no idea that they were in the old barn or even what kind of tractor they went on. He is the nephew of the now deceased owner and now needs to get someone to tell him what they are worth. I referred him to the YT website and told him to communicate if he wants to sell them. I guess he believes they are priceless. He also was mad that I was in the barn even though I had written permission from his lessee. He can handle this without my help.

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Old-F20

06-18-2017 08:04:53




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WRONG

I work at that plant and attended the morning tour with my dad who used to be a builder out there. Any old style tread tire that you see being sold by vendors such as miller are NOT made by firestone. Made by an outside mfg with the firestone name on the tire and royalties paid.



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Billyboyr66

06-17-2017 10:59:57




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 Re: Antique tractor tires in reply to Billyboyr66, 06-17-2017 05:38:58  
I might also be a buyer if the price and size was right. I'm defiantly willing to drive to get them wheels and tires. Billyboyr66@gmail.com is my email let me know

Thanks



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Charlie M

06-17-2017 07:55:39




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 Re: Antique tractor tires in reply to Billyboyr66, 06-17-2017 05:38:58  
If anyone has them Miller Tire in Ohio has them.



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Superhank

06-17-2017 06:40:08




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 Re: Antique tractor tires in reply to Billyboyr66, 06-17-2017 05:38:58  
While hunting in Nebraska I found an abandoned barn with various old equipment in it including two wheels and tires from a farmall regular both in great shape with the tread design shown (I took a pic to show a friend). Is the f20 the same size tire. If so I can get access to tires but they are in East Nebraska.



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eddie v

06-17-2017 10:48:25




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 Re: Antique tractor tires in reply to Superhank, 06-17-2017 06:40:08  
I would be a buyer for them let me know size condition and price email is ebb0327@gmail.com



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FastFarmall

06-17-2017 09:02:11




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 Re: Antique tractor tires in reply to Superhank, 06-17-2017 06:40:08  
The original tread design, that Harvey Firestone made,i believe was 1932, is still being made at the Firestone plant in Des Moines Iowa, It was similar to the diamond tread. We had a good tour guide!



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FastFarmall

06-18-2017 13:20:25




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 Re: Antique tractor tires in reply to FastFarmall, 06-17-2017 09:02:11  
Well there was a new one laying there,[a old diamond tread, looking thing ] and that's what our tour guide said, so you will have to argue it out with him !! Who gets to sell it, afterwards, i have no idea !!



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