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 06-18-2001, 22:04 Post: 29397
Todd Wilson



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 Flat Tires

I have owned my JD950 for about 3 months now and have had 2 flat rear tires. All I do is brush hog and the occasional dead tree drag and blade the road. Are there any tricks to not getting flat tires? Any goop to put in the tires to help. These are rear ag tires with tubes.Todd






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 06-18-2001, 22:13 Post: 29399
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Go to Tracto Supply and pick up about 6 quarts of Master Seal. It comes in white plastic bottles. Put 2 quarts in each rear tire and 1 quart in each front tire. It takes a little time, as it is like snot and has to go in the valve stem.

I bought my Kubota B2710 in May of '99 and had a flat brush hogging the first day in very thorney conditions. I plug the hole and put the master seal in there and after 211 hours and 25 months I have had NO flats - not even a slow leak.

The stuff is harmless to your tires - will wash out with a water hose if you ever want to break the tire down.

GREAT stuff!!!






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