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Which tire for 101 Landlord?


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I've got a Landlord 101 and have two sets of "never been mounted" ags. Set 1) Firestone 23degree 23x8.50-12 and a set of 8" wide wheels. Set 2) Carlisle Super Lug 23x10.50-12 and a set of 10" wide wheels. I need inner tubes for both sets. I really don't use the Landlord for much, other than blowing snow. And when we get snow, I generally push it with another tractor equipped with a blade. I bought the Firestones to use on a WH 552 I'm putting together to pull in stock classes with. However that may not happen. I need to get these tires all mounted within the next two weeks. What would you put on the Landlord? Thanks.
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I'll say put the Firestones on the landlord. Or, you can send them to me and put the carlies on the Landlordsm01
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I would also go with the narrower firestones. Wider tires don't quite look right on those, JMHO.
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My brother came over and I told him I was gonna put the Carlisle's on the Landlord. He said "Ok, if you don't like 'em on the Landlord we will switch'em around". I said "Yup". (I never mentioned to him I never thought of that! Duh! If it had been a snake, it woulda bit me!) :I I never said I was the sharpest tool in the shed, but I generally know when not to speak. Generally. :I
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Actually, I just put a set of 23-8.5x12 on mine, replaced a set of 7.50s, and it does much better in the yard, I guess because of the lower ground pressure on the wider tires.
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you might consider adding the washer fluid for weight, but that is more difficult with tubes, since you said you will use the LL for snow removal.
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