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Big Ten gets different rear rubber

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jboehler

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Put different tires on rear a buddy of mine has a sled we play around with pulling our tractors on sunday afternoons I will be taking my big ten over to see what she will do

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Bramesje

Those look great! I put 26x12x12 Carlisle Tru Power ags on my restored b12 with the wider 10.5in rims and those also work well is you can get a hold of a pair I got them off of a simplicity hydro. http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/attach/Bramesje/17.5.jpg

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rokon2813
quote:Originally posted by fishnwiz

I am surprised the rear axle can handle tires that size without splitting!


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id="quote">Find yourself a couple 1 5/8" muffler clamps and put them around the axle tube between the differential and the transmission case. ;)

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farmtoybuilder

Well it looks great! We only run 23 10.50 X 12's on our puller. So before you go and play,you need to put a 2 piece collar or extra tube support around the right axle, Or it will break!!!! :) And then it puts stress on the differential gears. :(((((((((((. Ours is on its 2nd set differential gears after fixing broken axle tube.

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