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Hello everyone, spring is finally here and I think it's time for lug tires on my c195 (a lot of wet muddy ground), my problem is I can't find 27x9.5x15 tires and am at a loss as to where to go, anyone with suggestions (tire source, alternate tire or rim size etc.)would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, can't wait to get back on the horse.

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15 inch Ag's are elusive and rare and old stock if and when you find them. Other than at stop and go tire. I think it's either a 6.7 or 7.6 wide Ag they sell. Kind of narrow for my taste.

 

i swapped out Hubs to D series and bought a rim blanks and centers from miller tire to fit 29x12.5-15 AG's on. Had to do minor mod work to get clearance fit...

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Thanks for the replies, didn't realize it would be this hard to find tires, on the 7.6x15 what is the aspect ratio, I don't mind narrower tire and would like to find something to fit without to much modification, love the D series will have one someday.

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Good to know that the size of tires are available at Stop and Go Tires.  I bought a set of 26 x 12 x 12 ag tires from them a couple of years back for a JD 400.  Since it looks like I'm picking up a couple of 953s and a GT-14, it's good to know I can find ag tires that will fit those tractors.

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And I'm sure you noticed the price too -- $88!!:-o and as I recall his shipping was very reasonable also.

 

Another tidbit of info - the tire is exactly 33 inches tall which will be of interest to you T-Mo. On my 1054 it was pretty close to the fender, something like 3/4-1" but that was enough. The D has a good bit more room than that....

 

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2 hours ago, pacer said:

And I'm sure you noticed the price too -- $88!!:-o and as I recall his shipping was very reasonable also.

 

Another tidbit of info - the tire is exactly 33 inches tall which will be of interest to you T-Mo. On my 1054 it was pretty close to the fender, something like 3/4-1" but that was enough. The D has a good bit more room than that....

 

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That is a nice looking 1054. Real nice.

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Got mine from Friedrich tire in Chanhassen Mn. 6.70-15 they were pricey but they were the closest match in size for my 953

 

 

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If it's a 15" rim and 33" tall - could just jump off the deep end and use these ...

http://www.ntwonline.com/33X1050X15C-BOGGER-INTERCO-SUPER-SWAMPER-P26750.aspx

 

Those do show up often on CL/Epay used with quite a lot of tread left when folks upgrade in size or change tire types on offroad trucks....

 

Sarge

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Well I decided to go with carlisle Trac chief 27x8.5-15, could've gone with 28x10.5- 15 after seeing them but they work great in deep mud plus they weigh about 3 times what the turf tires did at 38lbs each but putting 6 ply tires on with portable tire changer is not easy.

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C195rear.thumb.jpg.cd848cc1c4b44fc21dd89b01f1004cca.jpgHad to renew membership to upload pic, didn't realize it expired.

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On 5/12/2017 at 7:36 PM, Stike said:

C195rear.thumb.jpg.cd848cc1c4b44fc21dd89b01f1004cca.jpgHad to renew membership to upload pic, didn't realize it expired.

I have these on my c195 and I like them a lot 

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