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wgray

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I noticed the other day that one of my tires is dry rotted pretty, bad deep cracks. I really like the look and performance of these tires but can’t find them anywhere. Where do you guys get a set of these or something similar.
 

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I wouldnt want to find those, they make junk tires. There are plenty of other Ag tires avalible in that size.
Mine are Deestone's
 

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For future reference, can the wheel be placed on a traditional auto tire changer? Or, a lot if muscle and turn irons?
Thanks,
 

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Not a big deal to install tires w/a pair of spoons.
Use some soap/water put them on from the back side if you are worried about skinning up the paint.
 

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Kurt, not every body knows this...once mounted place a rachet strap around the center and as you tighten go around the center with a good size hammer.That will push beads out.Caution.. don't put too much air in before removing strap.
For future reference, can the wheel be placed on a traditional auto tire changer? Or, a lot if muscle and turn irons?
Thanks,
 

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My local tire store changes them on a machine for $5 each
 

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