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Tire Swap + Money Ta' Boot

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wicksfield

04-16-2019 13:35:13




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I'm running 7.50X16 on my 656. Neighbor has an old 560 with 9.5LX15 tires that he will trade me wheels and tires. Both are three ribbed. My tires and wheels are in good shape. His has plenty of rubber but a little weather checked plus I'll have to paint his wheels. His wheels are faded to the point of pink. What would be a fair amount of money to also give him for the swap?

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BarnyardEngineering

04-17-2019 04:33:56




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 Re: Tire Swap + Money Ta' Boot in reply to wicksfield, 04-16-2019 13:35:13  
He wants you to pay HIM in this deal??? You're coming out on the short end in an even trade.

Trading good tires for rotten old tires is NEVER a good deal.



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formerly ny bill

04-17-2019 04:32:21




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 Re: Tire Swap + Money Ta' Boot in reply to wicksfield, 04-16-2019 13:35:13  
I would be inclined to trade even up. and I would trade, though it might be a little hard on your spindles.



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caterpillar guy

04-16-2019 17:59:13




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 Re: Tire Swap + Money Ta' Boot in reply to wicksfield, 04-16-2019 13:35:13  
I'd keep the 16's . If you really need to trade for some reason I would want to get moeny to boot. Like said you get to paint he gets paint. I don't think there would be much difference in load carrying capacity nor the floatation be much different either. While the 15's would be slightly wider yours are taller to increase the length of the ground contact. If you want more floataion put a pair of 10 ply or E rated tires on off from a pickup.

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Janicholson

04-16-2019 17:28:11




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 Re: Tire Swap + Money Ta' Boot in reply to wicksfield, 04-16-2019 13:35:13  
Even or no trade. He gets new you get used, he gets paint you get to paint. I would only trade even if I wanted higher flotation. Jim



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FastFarmall

04-16-2019 15:50:35




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 Re: Tire Swap + Money Ta' Boot in reply to wicksfield, 04-16-2019 13:35:13  
I would rather have the 7.50 x 16's.



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oldts

04-16-2019 16:35:55




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 Re: Tire Swap + Money Ta' Boot in reply to FastFarmall, 04-16-2019 15:50:35  
I have 7-50 16s on my 560 with 16-9 s on the rear , it looks pretty tough.



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