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Rear tires

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08-24-2012 16:36:34

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I recently bought a new rear and rim thats a little larger than the original and the other is badly cracked and goes flat. What are the chances of an old cracked tire of exploding?

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08-25-2012 05:05:22

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 Re: Rear tires in reply to 2tractors, 08-24-2012 16:36:34  
Seems the best place to park so it's close to the air compressor and that's next to the propane tank.

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Tony in Mass.

08-24-2012 17:51:37

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 Re: Rear tires in reply to 2tractors, 08-24-2012 16:36:34  
By the way... am I on your will? Who is getting all the tractors???
I wouldn't worry about it, not like a tractor trailer on the road or something-- I've had a couple blow over the years, but it's just a loud bang out of one small hole, you got to be staring at it up close to get hurt. Usually like a bubble gum ballooning out a crack, bigger and bigger and then.........when you least expect it.........

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jon corbett

08-24-2012 17:48:59

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 Re: Rear tires in reply to 2tractors, 08-24-2012 16:36:34  
they only run about 12lb of pressure,but i'd be lookinfor another-craigsist.

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