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Charlieson
Has anyone heard of Towmaster Lug? I filled out the online questionaire from http://www.tirenet.com, and that is one of the brands that they gave pricing on. If you've heard of it do you have a picture of the tread? thanks, ddh

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Bunky
Well I was going to try the towmaster jumbo lugs but they don't come in the 23X10.50X12's So i will have to go with the DeeStones But Tirenet seems to be the most reasonable...

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Kent
Bunky, Have you looked at these Power Masters? http://www.muellertiresales.com/powermasterpage.htm Or these Jumbo Lugs -- don't know who makes them. http://www.muellertiresales.com/jumbolugpage.htm This guy also sells on eBay, but this is his website.

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Bunky
The Jumbo lugs look like the Towmaster's but they also don't come in the 23X10.50X12's the others are about $15.00 more then the ones at tirenet.com Before shipping.. I will just try the deestones on this one but onm the others I will try to get a pair of 23X8.50X12 Chen shen's

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Charlieson
Thanks guys, I was kind of antsy about buying a tire before I saw it. The price seemed way to good to be true. I put a set of tractor lugs on my old model 70 a few years back, and they had real deep lugs. I am pretty sure that they are Carlisle's. ddh

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Kokomo
The local farm store has Carlisle, 23x10.0x12 farm tractor type, I assume these are what you refer to as lugs, for $68.00 a piece. I do not know that much about tires, but they look good to me. Is this a fair price? Bob Hollis Kokomo IN

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