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 10-11-2005, 17:53 Post: 117756
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Has anyone seen a compact tractor the size of a New Holland 1715 or TC 30 with dual rear tires ?
I could use some extra floatation and traction with my 1715. I use an airblast sprayer with a 55 gallon tank on the three point hitch and would like to spread out the tractor's footprint to help lessen soil compaction. It has 11.2 X 24 rear tires on it.






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 10-11-2005, 18:07 Post: 117757
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The only tractor that I have seen stock with the dual wheels in the powertracs. If the tractor is not designed for them I might be worried about bending an axel. There are higher floatation tires available for grass.






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 10-11-2005, 18:20 Post: 117758
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Hear is some good info. pertaining to this area, in particular ensuring the tires are at the lowest pressure that will allow them to carry the load.






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 10-11-2005, 20:46 Post: 117762
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Probably would fing it cheaper to buy a larger width tire combination for the rear.






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 10-12-2005, 10:06 Post: 117777
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"I could use some extra floatation and traction with my 1715."

Pick one, dual tires will give you better floation, but less traction. Single rears will give you better traction but less floatation.

You can't have it both ways.

If you're concerned about spreading out the weight it would be far easier for you to use a 3pth dolly, sometimes referred to as a jeep.

Besides duals on the rear would be a big hinderance to your traction with items like a box blade.

Best on luck.






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 10-12-2005, 21:08 Post: 117810
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Mcord, or McCord tires. We have a customer that has wide turfs on a tc30, phone # for them is 1-800-348-2396, they can set you up.






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 10-14-2005, 08:42 Post: 117870
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I am a New Holland and Case IH dealer located in Somerville, TN. Contact me with your tire size and I can give you a price for duals.

Mike Burrus or Jeremy German

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 10-14-2005, 09:11 Post: 117871
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Hmmmm, those last two posts sure look like SPAM don't they?

Of course, I'm sure Dennis would welcome a dealer or manufacturers PAID advertisement to help subsidize the costs and effort of keeping this site available for us.

Besides, as a rule, I think most memebers of this board(like myself) have a dim view of spammers and certainly wouldn't give them any business.

We do like SPONSORS though. ;->






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 10-14-2005, 15:40 Post: 117891
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I was all confused I guess. I thought that by adding extra area contacting the ground not only would I increase traction but also increase traction. Thanks for setting me straight. I haven't heard of the jeep thing. Could you explain please. Thanks.






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 10-14-2005, 21:47 Post: 117897
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Wasn't spam, i don't work for McCord, just thought i'd be helpfull.






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