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#16 Texas Deere and Horse OFFLINE  

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Posted June 03, 2015 - 01:39 PM

It should have 11" x 28" tires on it.



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Posted June 03, 2015 - 03:53 PM

A blow out or flat on a tractor cruise will not only be un-fun and un-safe, it will give the non Allis guys something to pick on you with for about ten years.

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Posted June 03, 2015 - 06:53 PM

uploadfromtaptalk1433375474738.jpg if they are this bad don't do anything besides haul it home I just bought this after it was sitting for about 12 years all but one tire holds air but not for long I plan on changing these when I find someone willing to put on what I want on

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Posted June 10, 2015 - 07:06 AM

Data I found.

 

The Allis-Chalmers WC was the first tractor tested on rubber tires at Nebraska. The WC was styled in 1938, starting at serial number WC74330. The styled WC featured a rounded radiator and larger tires.

 

Allis Chalmers WC Tires: Ag front: 24x4 steel Ag rear: 40x6 steel Ag front: 5.25-17 (unstyled)   5.50x16 (styled) Ag rear: 11.25x24 (unstyled)   11x28 (styled)

 

If you know the proper figures to input you can figure your correct tire pressure with this calculator.

 

http://www.tirepressurecalculator.com/

 

I have never seen a farm tractor with rear tires that didn't have tubes in them. We always ran no more than 10 PSI in tires on a tractor up to 8000 pounds for farm use.

 

 



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Posted June 10, 2015 - 09:53 AM

There is a big tractor ride going on right now out of Mount Pleasant, Iowa, WHO radio is reporting on it on the farm show program.
Yesterday they were saying a guy with an Oliver had a blowout and Titan Tire had a set of tires in route.

The cost of a set of tires untold miles from home could sure be a Grin Killer.

But as they say poor people have poor ways. My father-in law had a WD45 and the sidewall split out.
He got some old belting from his brother and used it as a boot inside the tire.
That tractor never went on the road, and that boot was still in that tire when another brother bought it to restore.

Shop around for tires, there can be a vast difference in price, they may not be as expensive as you think.

Edited by JD DANNELS, June 10, 2015 - 10:44 AM.


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Posted June 11, 2015 - 05:08 AM

Unstyled WC Shop for a set of Steel for it, never ever have a tire worry again.

 

:D   Al






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