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heres my latest creation and puller

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got the new rims and tires back finally, now fitting them with the new weight box

edited by Coach: formated for the forum.

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Looking good. Tires and rims look great. :thumbs2:

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Nice looking rims. With those tires and engine you should be able to make some nice pulls.

And a :thumbs2:

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:thumbs: Looks like a pretty awesome dirt eater to me! :thumbs2:

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That is a very nice looking toy. :thumbs: Rims look great and it looks real mean just sitting there! Have fun with it! :thumbs2:

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thanks all! :thumbs2:

shes certainly been a workin progress this tractor alone has seen a kohler k-series, onan 16hp, and the briggs 18hp u see today, i hope to rebuild the briggs in the off season, and i hope to get the new aluminum front wheels and tires next! :thumbs:

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Where do you pulling guys find those sexy wheels? Ive scoured the web and never found any! Im not a puller, but they sure would look good while im mowing :thumbs2:

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Those rims are from a pulling cite and company called Midwest Super Cub, They are made with different offsets, but are originally built to fit cub cadets so the center hole will not fit the center hole of our hubs, but but u can get them machined out for fairly cheap

the tires are Carlisle Super Lug 26x12-12's

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Im not a puller, but they sure would look good while im mowing :thumbs:

You'll change your mind when you see the price! :thumbs2:

Other than the "bling" factor, there's really no benefit to using them on a stock or altered stock pulling tractor since wheel speed / reciprocating weight is not a factor.

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yes they are quite salty, ive worked my way to where im at now and loved every minute of it, i used to pull on 23x10.50-12 and was lookin for the steel rims and couldnt find any for the season so i went ahead and bought them

the rims from midwest are like $235 a set i think and the tires are like $185 for the set, but the traction pay off was well worth the chunk of change

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