Sat Apr 07, 2007 6:30 pm

Mag Man wrote:My neighbor loads his front and rear wheels ever year and Sometimes he even fogets to unload them I do not know how full he has them but they do not freeze and break the tire or tube.

Water can freeze in a tire and if the tire is in decent shape, it will not damage the tire, as long as you DON'T MOVE the tractor until it thaws. If you move a tractor with ice in the tires, you will quickly ruin them.

Tue Apr 10, 2007 1:11 pm

NO your right Jim he does not move them in the winter they just sit there untill spring.
As far as the valve tractor supply has the one thats like the one in the IH book posted.

Sun Apr 15, 2007 11:27 am

Got my valve in 2 days wow!!!If it ever gets warm Ill use it.Thanks on the advice!!!!!!!Kevin

Wed Apr 25, 2007 6:18 pm

First time I ever went on this forum cause I just bought a 3200a wheel loader. Heres a dumb city boys experience with "loading" tires. Wanted to load the tubeless tires on the puller. Went into Walmart around this time of year- they put all the R.V. antifreeze on clearance for $1.00 gal. Needless to say I bought it all. I mounted the tire- sealed the beads, then broke down 1 bead- poured the antifreeze inside the tire through the broken bead- filled it right up the put a little air in. Still holding today. Dont think theres anything harmful to the tire or wheel in the R.V. antifreeze, its non toxic.