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 05-03-2009, 17:26 Post: 162500
maugus63

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 Need new 4500 Drive Tires

I was mowing today for the first time this year and managed to punch a hole in the sidewall on the right rear drive tire on my 4500. I hit a metal fence post that had fell over this past winter. The tires on this tractor are calcium loaded. Both rear tires are pretty worn and im sure they both should be replaced. What do you guys think it will cost to get 2 14.9-24 R-1's for this machine? I have never bought tractor tires before and in not sure what to expect. Thanks, MIKE






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 05-04-2009, 08:02 Post: 162517
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 Need new 4500 Drive Tires

When I read your first line I pictured you standing beside the tire, getting mad, punching it with your fist, and going right through.

Bring photos of the damage to a rural tire shop that does tractors, or a tractor dealer who does tires. They can advise about repairing the hole if feasable, or replacing if not.






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