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Found 23 results

  1. Firestone Tri Ribs

    I am deciding whether i should get the firestone tri rib tires or the vredestein 5 rib tires.Got any suggestions?
  2. Deestones

    I just ordered some 6-ply deestone ags. Hope they work.
  3. I have a 1985 Wheel Horse 312-8 and am going to be using it for mudding and other fun stuff. I want to put some ag tires on it, but am hoping any of you can chime in on good places to get them from, what size I can go up to without modifying the fender and such. Thoughts? Thanks!!! -Bert
  4. Deck for C-160 in MA area needed. Front tires too

    Hi, Looking for deck in good condition that will fit a C-160 in or around Eastern MA. Also interested in tires /wheels, seat if you have them. I have items for trade or sale including snow thrower, 14-8 Bronco, plow blade, custom heavy duty blade, rusted out dump trailer. Thanks
  5. Tires

    Will 26x11x12 atv tires fit a 520h? They are take offs from a 2006 Polaris atv. Thannks
  6. 310-8

    am looking for tires for my 310-8 used anybody have any?
  7. 310-8

    would like to know what is the range of tires that will fit my 310-8 with a 42" deck.Have 23by8.5-12 on back and 15by6-6 on front
  8. weights

    need some wheel wts for the front of my 520 for plowing i brought some ag tires for front already just want some extra wt. for better turning on snow. front wts. are hard to find.
  9. Wheel Horse D180

    Wheel Horse D180 automatic Starts and runs greats. This tractor has been barn kept it's entire life and used very lightly. The rear tires are brand new (worth $200 each) with rubber injection marks still on them Paint job is all original and in excellent shape. This tractor can be driven around but needs linkage to be perfect. If you would like to take a look at it or have any questions give me a call. Make offer. wheel horse, farmall, allis chalmers, lawn tractor,
  10. I picked up a pair of 23 by 10.5 x 12 Carslie tires for free. They have 2-3 plugs in each tire, with about a 3/4" to 1" of plug sticking inside the tire. I'm thinking of putting tubes in when i mount them, but wounder will the plugs poke a hole in the tube over time.. Before you install the tubes, what do you do ? Leave the plugs sticking inside & just install the tubes as is? Remove the plugs completely and install the tubes? Trim the plugs but leave a small amount of it sticking inside the tire? Trim the plugs smooth, flush with the inside of the tire? Thanks in advance for the guidance.
  11. New Rear Tires on the 518xi

    After pumping up my one leaking original Titan turf one too many times on the 518xi, I splurged and purchased a pair of Kenda K502 4-ply tires in the 23x10.50-12 size. They are a bit cheaper than the Carlisle All Trail that is popular but I feel is a more aggressive tread. It was the first time I purchased tires from GCT Wholesale and was a bit disappointed when I took them out of the box.They were triangular in shape! But I let them warm and some gentle persuasion with my size 12 they were sort of round again for mounting. They are not too aggressive so they should accept chains, but with the blocking may be able to cut through light to medium snow. I still need to put the wheel weights and suitcase weights on as they look like they have too much pressure in them. Trying them out may be a problem as I looked at the long-term forecast to mid-March - and no snow is forecast. I may try the next size up on the 523Dxi if these work out. Also, check your hubs for tightness. I had the wheels off to install the lug nuts about four years ago with about 40 hours use since then. This last year it wasn't used because of having the diesel. They were just beginning to move on the axle. In fact originally when I checked I thought they were tight.
  12. New price! $50 must sell. Thanks Rear wheels, one has a stem broken off. Wheel horse tires, can ship. Could use a repaint. Thanks RedSquare! more pics to come or email me I'll send.
  13. I 'm making this thread on the partial restore of my 312 that I introduced here a few weeks ago.. This will give me a place to post the many questions I'll encounter. The current plan is to get it running and see what other bugs it has besides carb cleaning, Then I plan to give all the sheetmetal a good paint job. Currently not sure about how far I'll go on painting the tractor chassis. My initial thought was this was going to be by worker garden tiller tractor. My oldest son was home this past weekend and when my wife asked what he wanted for Christmas he promptly said that " old red tractor dad is working"on would be great for his new house. ......so you can see where this is headed! He's actually a fairly good mechanic, so his hands will get dirty before this is completed I've sand blasted and painted the rims so I can get some wheels under it. I used XO-Rust Aluminum for the first coat and it was too silver. Then I used some Rustoleum High heat engine paint for the second coat and it looked a lot closer to the original gray-silver. The book says it came with 23x9,50-12 rear tires. The original tires were terribly dry rotted. Today I saw some 23x10.5-12 reat tires on Craigslist. Can anyone tell me if they will fit or will they be too wide? since I'm in Texas I won't need inside room for snow chains. As i previously mentioned the engine would run when i sprayed gas into the carb, but not on it's own. The fuel system was very gunked up after sitting for a couple of years. I've cleaned the tank, replaced tank grommet, valve, hoses and filter. I soaked the carb for 3 days to dissolve the hard grey/black residue that was built up on the top bowl faces and everywhere. My carb parts kit came and valve cover gaskets came in today. This weekend i hope to adjust the valves and clean the breather, Then reassemble the carb. Looking forward to hear how it will run. Most of the sheet metal has surface rust, but the rear fender pan has some heavy pitting. I didn't see a 1985 tractor manual for the 312-8 on the website, did I miss it? I found the 1986 manual and noticed it listed an hour meter and alarm lights on the dash that mine doesn't have. Were these options in 86, or new in 86? As a newbie, I appreciate the warm welcome and appreciate your kind guidance!
  14. Looking for some rims

    Looking for a set of rims to put some Ag's on front and rear but if you have one or the other and live in the CNY/Syracuse area I'm interested, let me know!
  15. Tire size on stock wheels

    What is the widest tire I can mount on a stock rear C-161 wheel? Currently has 23-8.50's. Could it handle a 23-10.50? I have plenty of clearance. I'm just worried about the wider tire looking goofy or not mounting up on the stock wheel. I want a little more width in an Ag style tire. Thanks.
  16. I recently thought of the idea of filling my tires for my 312 with biodegradable antifreeze but then wondered if it will help the tire to dry rot? Has anyone tried this before or have any input my other option is to put in tubes and fill them instead to kinda make like a water jacket thing.
  17. What type of tire tread seems to work best on the front of a tractor used to plow snow? I only have experience with Turf-Savers, and I wasn't real impressed. Also, are front weights worth it?
  18. Maybe theirs already been a convo on this. But I couldn't find one. I just got a 522Xi, and it came with the dualies. Im looking to drop the dualies and go with some larger/wider rear tires. 26x12x12 is what I have in my sights. Anyone else who has done this Id like to hear some feed back. How much trimming of fenders was need. Will stock rims work or do I need to order new ones.(links to rims would be good if thats the case) These are the tires looking to buy http://www.summitracing.com/parts/crr-523360/overview/ Any other recommendations in that size Id be happy to hear/see and hear your success/horror stories lol Thanks!
  19. In a previous thread, several folks asked me how I painted my rims with tires already mounted. I recently did another set, so I illustrated the process as I did it. Typically, I like to paint the rims after they are mounted anyways, because inevitably when you have tires mounted on painted rims you’ll always scratch or nick them somewhere. I like to get the rims all cleaned up, blasted and primed, then mount my tires. Here’s my process: 1) Rims were sandblasted and primed with self-etching primer. Tires and tubes were mounted. Everything was wiped down with a pre-kleeno wax and grease remover prior to taping. 2) Using blue 3M tape, I go all the way around the rim slipping the tape between the rubber and rim occasionally tucking it tight with a very small standard screwdriver. 3) Then I create a wider tape ring a few inches out from the rim lip. 4) Slide the whole thing into a kitchen garbage bag. 5) Cut a hole in the bag revealing your tape ring below. 6) Tape the bag to your tape ring previously created on the tire. 7) For silver rims, I like Eastwood Silver Argent rally wheel paint and I use a Rust-Oleum Crystal Clear. http://www.eastwood.com/silver-argent-rally-wheel-paint-set.html 8) I wipe the rims down a few more times with a pre-kleeno wax and grease remover, blow them off with the gun, then shoot two coats of color and two coats of clear. I find that the Rust-Oleum clear holds a much better shine if you don’t let it set long between coats. As soon as it flashes, hit it with round 2. I do all four coats in about 20 minutes.
  20. i am sure I am bringing up an old topic but what are my choices in replacing a set of old b f Goodrich 6x12 turf tires on my 604 that is getting a barn fresh redo. its tires are so dry rotten that tubes are not a way out. are there any new ones getting made out there that look like the older ones, I really like the aggressive thread pattern on them. think I looked at every site on the internet and cant find any so I figured I ask the pros thanks
  21. Hey All, Well like the title says, I have acquired my first Wheel Horse. It is a 1974 C-100 with a plow. She is in pretty rough shape body wise, and a bit cold blooded, but once you get her warmed up she can plow as much snow as I can throw at here. I don't know a thing about tractors so please be easy on me. I plan on rebuilding the engine and cleaning up the body a bit. This is the first time I have took on a project like this, so I'm hoping some people on this forum can put up with my ignorance and help me out along the way. After all I am way out of my realm here, by day I am a Humidification product engineer. So my very first question to you folks is this: I have been lurking around the forums and google and I see all these, I hope Im saying this right, like "pulling tires" like big tractor tire treads. How do I get a set of those and how do I know what size I need? (there is my first ignorant question, sorry) So any help would be much appreciated... Thanks in advance AJ Oh I tried to upload a photo but it is way bigger than the 1MB limit. Any camera now days takes every picture at least triple that. Update: with pictures now (Thanks to my new supporter status). I will get better ones tonight as I just uncovered it this year. It was on the side of my garage, I know that is probably a sin in some of your eyes, but rest assured it is now going to be taken care like a new born baby!
  22. There's another thread on here talking about tires used in snow removal, Mike (Sparky) mentioned that the turf tires work better. That threw me for a loop but you guys know better than me, I haven't used any of this equipment yet. I have a steep hill that comes up to my place and I have chains but I would rather not use them if possible,(unless there is ice underneath I will have no choice). The drive and lot is all blacktop. I will be puting a snow blower on one tractor and a plow on another. I also have a few sets of 50lb each weights, and some 20lb each front weights. What have you guys found to be the best combination to use?
  23. Hey All! I just got a C101, my first WH since I was a kid. I'm looking online for parts and tires and cannot find any good sources. Does anyone have a "go to" place for parts? Thanks for any help.
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