Re: R&R "OLD" rear tires

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Posted by Ultradog MN on May 01, 2022 at 04:03:10 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: R&R posted by Joe T (CO) on April 30, 2022 at 15:59:11:

I do all my own tire work.
What I do is lay them on the ground and drive onto them with the pickup. I kind of half hang out the door so I can see my front tire and steer around as close to the edge of the rim as I can - rub the edge of the tractor rim with the pickup tire
I usually have to take two trys at it. Back off, turn the tire a quarter turn and drive on a second area to get it to break loose. Then flip the tire over and do the other side.
I drive a 3/4 ton PU so it is fairly heavy and the tires are stiff.
Bet I've done a dozen pairs of rear tires that way. Have a pair of 14.9x30s I need to change before I plow gardens and deer plots later this month.


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