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Ford 1920 Ag wheels
|Mark Craigo||I have a 1990 Ford 1920 compact tractor with turf tires. I want to find ag rims and wheels. Anyone know a source of used/salvage wheels (including the center disc) that will fit this tractor? I think the size is 13.6x24.
|Shaun Wallace||Why not put ag tires on your existing rims?
|Erik Larsen||I have ag tires on my 1991 model 1920 that I would swap with you for your turf tires. Call me at 810-241-7771 ask for Erik
|Mark||Because they are only 16" rims that have big "balloon" turf tires.
|tom mcgrath||I have the same tractor and am wondering about the performance of turf tires versus ag tires. Also, can they be filled with calcium?
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