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I just sold a pair yesterday. Check with our board sponsors or you can try a couple of online places - Tucker Tire and Miller Tire.
You may find it just as cheap to check with your local tire dealers. Especially if you can find one who services agricultural customers.
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Your best bet will be a local ag tire dealer in most circumstances. Tires are oversize packages and VERY expensive to ship. Shipping cost usually negates any good deal you got by going with an online source. Plus, if you buy local you can also take advantage of their mounting service. Local tire dealers don't necessarily appreciate being brought tires purchased off the Internet to mount.
Nothing against Miller or Tucker. If you're local to either vendor, or plan on being at one of the shows Miller attends, you can save on shipping.
I really would put out feelers for a used pair. New they are brutally expensive.
Interesting thing is I have 2 pairs of 9.5 turf tires and they are about the same height as 8.3 ag tires. I am pretty sure both pairs were shipped on a Cub.
1971 Cub (Rufus) 1950 Cub (Cathy) 1965 Lo Boy Fast Hitch (Nameless III) 1970 Cub 1000 Loader & Fast Hitch (Lee)
I have these monster turfs that really don't serve my purpose. Hard to get tight rows with really wide tires. Much more suited for lawn work. Would sell or trade them. Very good condition. Just got a sweeeeeeeet deal on tires through my brothers automoive business and these are coming off tonight.
I have a Cub with ag tires that I'd like to mow lawn with. What are you looking for the tires and wheels? I'm in S. NH, and would drop by to pick them up.
That post advertising turf tires is almost a year old.
1948 Cub w/ snowplow
I am partial to Tucker tire myself. Delivered they are still cheaper then local guy. They got em on ebay. Just look em up, and give JR a call.
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