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#7939 27/04/08 10:46 PM
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Anybody had any experience with tractor type tyres on a ride on mower. My place is wet and a bit boggy at this time of the year and the lawn saver or what ever they are called are hopeless. Are the tractor type tyres expensive.

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Olboy #7942 27/04/08 11:45 PM
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Agriculture tread tyres are not that expensive but they can rip the lawn area.

All you need is the size of the tyre that you have and we can quote you a price. cheers2


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Bruce #7950 28/04/08 08:36 AM
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existing tyres are 22*9.5-12
thanks

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once you get the ag tyres, another option to help you is to get the tyre/s solid filled. This increases the downward weight directly onto the ground without the load being placed on the axle/s.

Also saves getting flat tyres!

Tyres are filled with a special additive, but they do get heavy. Doesnt suit all applications but it is another consideration

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Thanks for that but I think in this case I need them to be lighter not heavier. My ground is soggy so I want them to sit on the surface and grip not sink into the bog.
Cheers anyway


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