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Im looking to buy some AG lug tires to put on my 7112 that will be used for mowing lawn and alot of snowblowing.. Tell me what you guys think ? Im still getting my feet wet with all this stuff... :p
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there is a heated dessication on this matter going on right know look at it and if you still have questions just ask we will help out. it's rear tires on a 716h. but my opinion on this matter is tru-power I pull with the set on my 7010. also check out the search on the topic tires and you should have more info on this matter.
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for mowing and snowblowing it will be hard to beat a set of turfs with chains in the winter. for cool looks, the lugs go to the front of the class
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for mowing and snowblowing it will be hard to beat a set of turfs with chains in the winter. for cool looks, the lugs go to the front of the class
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Another option not often discussed around here is the R-4 Industrial tread found on compact tractors and skid steers. I have a Cub Cadet 4x4 hydrostat compact tractor with the R-4 tires, and the fronts are 8.50 x 12 and work excellent in the snow and mud. They also don't go bump-bump-bump on pavement near as bad as the super lugs do on my Cub 122 and Simp 6216. My 2 cents, please value accordingly.
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