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I bought a wards for the eng,the tires were pretty good and already loaded,I noticed a 1/4 inch plug in each wheel I assume for loading. I had never seen anything like it before,but it looks like a good idea.
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Well the easiest approach would be the set of wheels and tires I sold to a guy off of the 7117 I was parting out. Not my tractor took it in trade. So the guy shows up, I take them off of the rear end, and we pick 'em up to put in his car and....whoa! these things are heavy! Pre loaded, I never knew. He got a steal!! I do like the plug idea though!

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Originally posted by MysTiK
This is the easiest approach I have seen. Just add, what? a squeeze bottle w a tube, and then an old wine cork(?), or something, valve stem(?).
The little round spot is a 1/4 inch brass plug.

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