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kashaver

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Can you give us a clue what you wanted to do with them?

I mean, most Cub Cadets used 8" front rims and 12" rear rims. A 10" rim is a real curve ball. I do know some zero turns had 10" rear rims and I recall seeing 10" rims on a Toro Dingo skid steer. And there are probably some ATVs that use 10" tires. There are a lot more tire choices in 12" rims.
 

dschwandt

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Those will really tear up the yard.
 

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David Yes I know. The 1450 is for Food plots and Blowing snow. My neighbors are all old and I have to service their steep Driveways. I figured the flat smooth trailer tires would give me trouble in the snow. Then the 1450 would be useless. I may be getting a Zero turn here soon.
 

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You dam sure don't want those on a Z turn.
You won't have a blade of grass growing around anything you try to turn around to trim. Trees, bushes any tight turns will produce divits.
 

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Steering should be good in the snow. When it gets icy there may be too much rubber at tire center. Good looking tire.
 

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