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? about rear AG tires for 854

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well i really like my new 854 but the rear tires (and fronts for that reason) have seen better days. first is an 854 specific question, for those who own this tractor and have AG tires on the rear, do you use 12-6 tires on the narrower wheels or do you get a wider larger AG tire to fit on the 12-8.5 wheel?

next is where is the best place to get a deal on AG tires? they seem crazy expensive, or is that just the way it is? thanks

justin

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Your choice on what size of tire you want to run,miller tire is reasonable,Rick

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If you don't plan on mowing with your 854 you can put on23/8.50/12's

if your gonna beat around on it My sons 854 that he moldboards with

has 3 6-12 ags on it. So it's up to you on what your gonna do with it !!

Indy

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I got my ags and 3 rib for my 854 from Ken Jones tires on line, good prices.

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I had good luck with Petes tire barn, jhe was reasonable and actually had the tires or so we thought, when he went to pull them he found the inventory was off by two, he then called all over the country to get me what I wanted, so they are on the way !!!

Miller tire I found was more pricey than any other place, they did have the tires though with no hassels

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E bay is you best place to get them cheap only if you buy them in pairs i purfer good years but duros are good also a little cheaper thoght and iy you want to keep your tractor orginal i would go with the 6-12s but thats my opion plus 6-12s are cheaper :thumbs: hope this helps Taylor

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Ken Jones up in Worcester, Ma is great resource. They sell quality big name AG and Industrial tires at good prices and stand behind them.

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i just bought some carlisle tru power 6-12 's for $60.00 a piece. they look good, not as expense as the r1 farm specialist.

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