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3 ribs on a 720!

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greasemonkey

finally found a set of 3 rib fronts that i like, they are a 4 x 12, from Miller tire in OH, mounted on a 5" x 12" rear rim for an older cub cadet...tell me what you think!, they are mounted on Dad's 9020, and posted a comparison pic of a kinda stock sized tire for you to compare the two!

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greasemonkey

wanted them on my project twin 20, but its getting the loader, so i figured i better stick with what i have on it now, better weight support in soft ground i think, and my 720 is going to be the yard machine, and dont want the grass messed up! but i may get a pair, for shows...

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well well, so i found a rear pto shaft and clutch on here, thanks mike, decided whille heading to the border to my po box to get the clutch, i decided to head to miller again, for more tires, and swing a deal on selling a pto drop box to fit a '69 bronco sport...met buddy from chicago at miller, and made a deal. the promtly going in at miller, and wanting to buy a set of the 4x12's for me, turns out, he has new stock in, for a 4.50" x 10", 3 rib front tire, by bridgestone of japan! more money than the american farmer, but more the proper size i think!

so now im on the hunt for a pair of rims, about a 5" x 10", with the 5 x 4.5" bolt pattern...you boys know of any application that might have something this size?? might have to get a trailer rim, and cut them down...

pics to follow!

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