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#1 murphy OFFLINE  

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Posted January 18, 2011 - 10:33 PM

I am curious if any site sponsers show the different style tires they have for GT"s.
"Tire Buyers" that are advertising on here does not show any.

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Posted January 18, 2011 - 10:45 PM

I buy 12 inch ATV tires for mine. usually aggressive tread, soft ride, and good pricing, and lots of options. Half used ATV tires have as much tread as new Ag tires.

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Posted January 18, 2011 - 11:55 PM

I am curious if any site sponsers show the different style tires they have for GT"s.
"Tire Buyers" that are advertising on here does not show any.


Carlisle Tires really has cornered the market on LGT tires.

Not site sponsors but the following tire companies carry a lot of LGT tires with images of the tires:
M. E. Miller Tire Co.
Tires Unlimited
Cedar Rapids Tire

Of course you can perform a web search and find a lot about Garden Tractor Tires. Look on eBay as well under Garden Tractor Tires and I'm sure you'll find them. If you have a good tire shop in your area head on over there and ask if you can look through their purchasing catalogs if they sell LGT tires and I'm sure they will let you - I've done it. Hope this helps.

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Posted January 19, 2011 - 05:25 AM

Carlisle Tires really has cornered the market on LGT tires.

Not site sponsors but the following tire companies carry a lot of LGT tires with images of the tires:
M. E. Miller Tire Co.
Tires Unlimited
Cedar Rapids Tire

Of course you can perform a web search and find a lot about Garden Tractor Tires. Look on eBay as well under Garden Tractor Tires and I'm sure you'll find them. If you have a good tire shop in your area head on over there and ask if you can look through their purchasing catalogs if they sell LGT tires and I'm sure they will let you - I've done it. Hope this helps.

Kenneth

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Posted January 19, 2011 - 08:43 AM

Gear works has pictures of the tires they carry on their site.
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Posted January 19, 2011 - 09:51 AM

Gearworks isn't a sponsor of the site anymore but they do have pictures of the Nancos that they sell. Apparently they are shorter then the same size tire in other brands.

In all honesty check with your local tire dealers as well. We have a local tire dealer right up the road who sells Carlisle tires and for a pair of the tru powers mounted he quoted me $160 which I don't think is bad at all and I like the way the tru powers look. Although I like the super lugs better but Carlisle doesn't make them anymore.

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Posted January 19, 2011 - 12:42 PM

Thanks guys. I was hoping maybe a site sponsor would be here. Some nice looking tires! I see the Carlisle brand does seem to be the only ag style that I want.
I have the ugly twin to owlcowhands 416 Allis that he had and restored! I use it for mainly pushing snow and pulling a car in and or out of my shop when needed.




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