This thread is answer questions from Mowerman2 about the different tire-rim set ups that the Large Frame A/C- SIM tractors had as options.
Great pics guys. Wish it was a tad closer! I would, and will, make it up there someday. Can anyone point me in the direction of the man driving what appears to be an Allis Chalmers 720. Running duals on one side, and a single down in the furrow. I have one, and would love to know where he got the rear rims for it. They are usually fitted with the really wide turf/ag tires, that wont be good for plowing. Thanks to anyone that can help me out!
This is info from Simple Tractor,
REAR TIRE OPTIONS . . . three selections to mix or match with front tire options; high flotation for difficult off-the-road traction conditions (31 x 15.5-15) . . . turf for lawn work and light landscaping (29 x 12.00-15) . . . Ag where ground working has the priority (8-16).
FRONT TIRE OPTIONS include three separate choices; turf (20 x 8.00-10) where primary use is lawn maintenance; high capacity (6.90/6.00-9) for use with front end loaders, blades, snow throwers; Ag (4.00-12) for open ground and field work.
The 8-16Rear tire/rim along with the 4.00-12 Front tire combo was called the Mold Board Plow tire option.