I did a search of the site but couldn't find an answer to my question so I thought I would post it.
I have a front wheel rim that is rusted (inside) and slightly dented along the rim edge. I replaced the tire with a new one last summer and it held okay until I put my snowblower on the tractor (to much extra weight I guess). I took it off, put slime in it, refilled it, rode around trying to blow snow and after about five minutes or so till it deflated completely. Big dissapointment as I had just finished putting chains on the rear tires and prepping it overall for the big snowstorm we are currently having here in Massachusetts.
Can I just remove the tire from the rim, install a tube, and call it good? I'm guessing so but thought it was worth asking about first.
The tire is a 15x6x6 and it is on a Pennsylvania Meteor 1110.
Thanks - Tom