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Nick Vaughn

hi i have a 76 b-111 old school well after 30+ yrs the tires need changed the current size is 22x7.5-12 can i swap them with a 23x8.5-12 without alot of hassle thank u guys

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Kelly

Yes a straight fit, most models come with the 23x8.5x12 tires, the rims you have are the same as the other tractors.

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AMC RULES

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Sparky

I'm surprised that a B-111 has 12" rear rims. Are you sure thats the correct size?

I thought they were 10" or 8" rears.

:WRS:

Mike.............

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bowtiebutler956

:WRS: If you do have 12" rims then you can buy a set of 23x8.50-12 ag bar tires from Tucker Tire on :techie-ebay: For $103 a pair. That's what I did. :thumbs:

Matt :flags-texas:

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Jake Kuhn

As mike asked too,are you sure that that is the size it has because my b111 has 18x8.50-8? Jake

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Nick Vaughn

i ahve to doulbe check the modle i know i had a b-111 may ahve been confused lol cant remeber the other one lol either way the current tire is a 22x7.5-12

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Nick Vaughn

and my speeling is horrible lol so bear with me

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Sparky

i ahve to doulbe check the modle i know i had a b-111 may ahve been confused lol cant remeber the other one lol either way the current tire is a 22x7.5-12

I bet what you have a B-100. I think they came with 22x7.50x12. If thats the case, yes, you can install 23x8.50x12's.

Mike........

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