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looking for rear agg tires for my 953

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WOW! its become vertually impossible to find a 15" tire wider than 5" doing a restore soon and trying to locate some rear tires any leads would be apreciated

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3 hours ago, ebinmaine said:

@953 nut...... ?

Got yur name all over it...

@Achto beat me to it, those 7.60s look soooo cooool!

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Good eye @Shynon, guess you never for get your own. When I saw the post, this was the only one that I knew of to show with the 6.70 aggs on it.  @TravelinJavelin Here's a link for those Good Years. http://www.millertire.com/products/implement-tires/6-70-15/6-70-15-goodyear-sure-grip-traction-4-ply/

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thank you for posting the sources.....all my friends come to me when looking for parts or what ever they can't find.....i thought i was slipping

 

 

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1 hour ago, elliot ness said:

Sweet Mother of Wheel Horses, that's Beautiful.

 

Yes it is!! I tip my hat to @PeacemakerJack. He purchased this tractor as a gift for his Dad.

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Dan and Tom—thanks for providing the great pics and info to our fellow :wh:er’s .  Needless to say, I’ve been a little preoccupied with my big trip coming up.  Those tires on Clyde not only look good but they function great too!

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Thanks!  

 

Hopefully this spring/summer I’ll have more to add to them.  Those old GD big wheels sure seem to make good plow tractors but I’ll reserve my complete judgment on it until we get more seat time with Clyde...

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love it very nice tractors! best deal going right there!

 

 

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I would try to get tubes to match the tire size. If the tube is too large for the tire you will have wrinkles in the tube which could eventually give issues.

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