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Re: Filled Rear Tires

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ajhbike

07-12-2019 11:19:10




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Wow, okay....thank you. i think the smart play right now is to just use it until it is unusable. I would have a drive an hour to get to an ag area that has tire shops that deal with tractors...I live in the slurb.

So you can get those 10 or 12 lug rims for a TO 20? That is comforting to know.....but I would take a swing at fixing it first. Good idea about relocating the air valve...makes sense.

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Bruce(OR)

07-14-2019 09:09:24




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 Re: Filled Rear Tires in reply to ajhbike, 07-12-2019 11:19:10  
I found this in about 7 seconds.



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Tom h.

07-14-2019 03:34:06




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 Re: Filled Rear Tires in reply to ajhbike, 07-12-2019 11:19:10  
Make some calls to tire shops nearby. Any of them that deal with truck tires can do tractor tires. As for filling the tires with fluid, Iím in the northeast and have brought many tractors home that have had filled tires and rusted rims, all of them have rusted and I have replaced four sets of rear rims so far. My tractors are not filled, I use double ring chains on one and half-tracks on my other for winter use with no problems. Side note, I have a stack of rusted rims for the scrap yard!

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Bruce(OR)

07-12-2019 19:57:03




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 Re: Filled Rear Tires in reply to ajhbike, 07-12-2019 11:19:10  
Re-read the posting below and noticed a typo. Water is 8.35 pounds per gallon. Not 18.35 as I wrote below. Calcium still comes in around 12.5 pounds per gallon.



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