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 03-05-2002, 01:07 Post: 36092
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I am new to this board but had a question. Does anyone know where you can get solid tires for landpride finish mowers. I know I can get them from landpride dealer but for $85.00 a piece. Too rich for me. I am having a hard time keeping tubeless and tube type to stay up for me. Thanks.






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 03-05-2002, 20:54 Post: 36122
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Why not have your current tires foam filled. Will save you money compared to buying new complete tires and will do the same thing. .... Just a thought.






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 03-06-2002, 05:30 Post: 36127
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Maybe dress the rims and beads, and I think there is something like bead sealer. Maybe put tubes in them. I think foam is a good alternative compared to solid replacements. Once done, there's virtually no more tire trouble until the carcasses start falling apart. They will give a rough ride though. There is some loss of traction going to a solid tire but that shouldn't be much of an issue for a finish mower unless steep slopes are present.






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 03-06-2002, 08:12 Post: 36132
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I think I paid around $40 for the solids a few years ago from my local dealer. I had a 60" mower.
As Tom suggests bead sealer may be a good solution if you want to change them eventually. More extreme is to use liquid gasket material ,but I have seen it done and some of the racing tires require the tires to be screwed into the rims and something like liguid gasket applied. I would not recommend silicone due to the acidic nature of the crosslinking process. It will corrode the rims.






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 03-06-2002, 12:16 Post: 36139
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SLIME Tire sealer may also be a good approach. I use it in my tubeless ATV tires and it works a ton better than standard tire sealer. For about $15 for all 4 tires its worth a try.






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 06-23-2002, 11:45 Post: 39778
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Ask your dealer to contact our After Market Division at Buy Smart. You can get them likely for less than half...!
888-945-3102.

Same company as First Choice.






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