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8n Front tires
|Mark B||I have a 100 acre field that needs cutting but it is littered with tornado debris- wood, decking, nails, shingles, and everything. I have spent a fortune in flat repairs at $20 a flat. Is there a solid rubber tire you can buy for the front of an 8N? Thanks.
|Jim Loveridge||I just did a yahoo search for solid tractor tires and it listed a few suppliers. So it looks like someone does make them. Sorry to hear about your mess. We see stuff on the news but don't realize how much trouble it causes over the long haul.
|mark sr||I've heard that you can fill the tube with Slime and pretty much forget about flats. I've never tried it but my son filled the front tires [that always went soft] on his riding mower back in the spring and they are still up.
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