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#1 BowlBuilder OFFLINE  

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Posted April 09, 2014 - 06:16 PM

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We have 6 Airplane Tires. Michclin Air. They are very heavy duty tires, great for farm use, not for highway. Load rate 7800 pds. We are asking $15.00 a piece!!


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Posted April 09, 2014 - 06:49 PM

A bargain price for indestructible tires!



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Posted April 09, 2014 - 07:22 PM

Those tires are thick enough you could cut ag lugs into them and have a cheap pair of tires!  :worshippy1:


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Posted April 09, 2014 - 09:11 PM

7800 pds hummm may not have to go on that diet.


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Posted April 10, 2014 - 08:51 AM

Oh man, could you imagine trying to hand mount one of those puppies. load range of 7800#'s I bet they have like 8-10 ply sidewalls.


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Posted April 10, 2014 - 10:38 AM

The least ply rating I've seen on airplane tires is 10 ply.  The beads are insanely wide.  The used airplane tires we buy for implements have had the beads sliced narrower, making them possible to mount without special equipment.



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Posted April 10, 2014 - 05:03 PM

Fifteen dollars seems very cheap.  Anyone know their true value (approximately)?



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Posted April 10, 2014 - 06:08 PM

That place is only 20 minutes from me. May have to go have a look. Not real sure what to do with them. Need to see em in person.

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Posted April 10, 2014 - 06:48 PM

The least ply rating I've seen on airplane tires is 10 ply.  The beads are insanely wide.  The used airplane tires we buy for implements have had the beads sliced narrower, making them possible to mount without special equipment.

Someone over on the other place used them with the airplane rims. He made custom axles on a Wheel Horse to accommodate them.



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Posted April 10, 2014 - 10:06 PM

We had a gravity wagon with a JD running gear years ago that had 15" airplane tires. They are so thick that I doubt you could pierce them with an 8 penney nail.

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Posted April 11, 2014 - 03:20 AM

Put them on your car and win any burnout competition.  Mount large spikes in them and aerate your lawn.  Turn them inside out and use for planters (Call me when you do this, I would like to see it).  Sipe them very deep and see how they do in snow.  Big dog's lifetime chew toy.  Cut them in half and use on a truck to push others vehicles.  Cut your own lugs.

Seriously though, If I could have thought of anything to do with them, I wouldn't have posted this as it's about 20 minutes from me (in the other direction).  Good luck.  They seems very cheap to me if you can find a use for them.  Good luck.






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