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Hayguy

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today was my day for fixing tires, and changing tires and rim's around trying to get a head start on getting ready for haying season.

has anyone used 16" radial truck tires on the front of a loader tractor and if so how did they work. have used old bias ply's but am now out,they worked way better than regular ag ribed tires.

just a thought..... the Amish don't have flat's :wink: :lol: :lol:

what's that word BMR...exhaustipated :wink:
 

Big Muddy rancher

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I think I have Chronic Exhaustipation :( :?


The truck radials should work fine.Probably easier turning then with a three rib tire. Maybe keep them inflated a little more so they don't bulge quite as much and stay below 75 MPH. :wink:


My daughter gave me a new word, "Dejapoo" I've heard this crap before. :D
 

Galloway2

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we used 16 in pick up tires on the front of our old loader. They worked ok. In mud or snow, you had to use the tractor breaks to turn often as they would slide more than a ribbed tire.
 

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