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#16 8tyman8 OFFLINE  

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Posted February 07, 2013 - 04:43 PM

I filled my 23-10-50-12"s with washer fluid for under $40 but i put new tubes in and i got a drill pump so it was around $100 each tire weighs around 40-50 pounds so its about 50 cents a pound



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Posted February 07, 2013 - 08:15 PM

I filled my 23-10-50-12"s with washer fluid for under $40 but i put new tubes in and i got a drill pump so it was around $100 each tire weighs around 40-50 pounds so its about 50 cents a pound

To 8tyman8 and the Original Poster, May I suggest you read post 1001 in the "What did you do to your tractor today" where I describe how to use a common cheap garden sprayer to add fluid to tires with little mess or fuss. I'm going to try to link here :

http://gardentractor...etics/?p=170960






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