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Very not nice! Those are going to look great on the tractor!

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These rims  will be going on my 855  that I restored over the summer. I'm looking at some tires on eBay and Amazon. Found some sawtooth tires for the front for 50 bucks. Walmart has some ag tires for the rear. These are 6x12. It will look good!

can't wait!!

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Very nice resto! 

I've got some new and correct used wheels coming. I'm leaving my GT natural with old aged patina and getting new tires..

..Would it look better with old patina wheels or nice painted wheels with the new tires?

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8 hours ago, aghead said:

Very nice resto! 

I've got some new and correct used wheels coming. I'm leaving my GT natural with old aged patina and getting new tires..

..Would it look better with old patina wheels or nice painted wheels with the new tires?

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That would be totally up to you.its your horse do what you want and what you feel!! 

I will say that ag is backwards!:wacko:

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^^ One Ag tire right , other backwards. Some old timers did that on 2wd big tractors. They could use cuttin' brakes or diff lock to work in reverse better.

Cuttin' brakes would be nice on GTs. (also called steering brakes) Diff lock prob overkill, but sure makes a difference on my big rubber tire tractors.

 

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3 hours ago, aghead said:

^^ One Ag tire right , other backwards. Some old timers did that on 2wd big tractors. They could use cuttin' brakes or diff lock to work in reverse better.

Cuttin' brakes would be nice on GTs. (also called steering brakes) Diff lock prob overkill, but sure makes a difference on my big rubber tire tractors.

 

Now that mention I do remember doing that on the big farm tractors growing up! 

We had two big tractors then . Won't say 

color but it was G....:blink:

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I kinda like the looks of a patina tractor with nice looking wheels.  Rusted wheels aren't all that appealing.  Don't matter what color, more about condition.  As to what has already been stated, your tractor, your choice.  :twocents-twocents:

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Nice painted rims but keep the rest of the tractor “patina”. That’s my vote!

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8 minutes ago, Sparky said:

Nice painted rims but keep the rest of the tractor “patina”. That’s my vote!

  My C-121, 656 and Commando 8.

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I love fresh wheels on patina tractors. 

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^ Sold ... the shiny wheels on patina does it for me too!

:-?...My horsey shopping list quickly grows: wire grinder wheels, Rustoleum Almond, and clear coat.

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