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2011/03/28 08:38:24 (permalink)
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Tractor Tyres

Hello all,
After a tractor tyre for sledge hammer work, anyone know where I could get one from and the best sizes / weights?
 
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    Re:Tractor Tyres 2011/03/28 08:58:33 (permalink)
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    go to a wreckers yard or even better, a truck tyre service station.
    they will be glad to get rid, just ensure you have a way to get it off site

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    Re:Tractor Tyres 2011/03/28 09:29:22 (permalink)
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    Ye just thinking, dont think my hatchback would cope :D might have to be a small truck tyre :/
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    Re:Tractor Tyres 2011/04/01 10:44:36 (permalink)
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    Hello
     
    Just thinking, can I use anything else? like a med ball or sand bags?
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    Re:Tractor Tyres 2011/04/01 11:03:25 (permalink)
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    couldnt a large car tyre be used?
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    Re:Tractor Tyres 2011/04/01 11:12:28 (permalink)
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    Asin 20's - 24's?
     
     
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    Re:Tractor Tyres 2011/04/01 11:34:09 (permalink)
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    lyel

    Asin 20's - 24's?



     
    I was more thinking of the width, 255 etc, but something non low profile - maybe a van tyre actually, that might fit the bill, quite wide but with a decent side wall. ATS Euromaster or similar should have knackered ones to give you.
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    Re:Tractor Tyres 2011/04/01 13:21:07 (permalink)
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    ^Mine are 255's but you aren't nickin' them
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