- Jun 30, 2022
- Western Maryland
NICE tractor. I will never forget the day I tried to take off a 12-24 small tractor wheel filled w/fluid thinking like a fool I could turn it around for a wider track. Arnold Schwartzenager couldn't have held it up.Okay, call me cranky but chains are a nuisance, on for winter, off in spring. As for wheel weights you likely need 75lbs per wheel. You need help from God if a wheel needs to come off for maintenance. My former Elec-Trak had 160lbs (from a home gym weight set) on the 'back porch.' My driveway is fairly flat and the ET had Carlisle AG tires (the square shouldered model) and would move 10-12" of snow. Those tires are now on the Cub. Cub has enough ironwork out back to create a metal/wood box, something more substantial than my toolbox.