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  • Tire Replacement Help

    Hello everyone, it's been a while.
    I am looking to replace the rear tires on my JD 757 zero. I have been running turff tires, but I would like to find something more aggressive to hold me on the the steep banks better. I use a 24 x12 turff tire now and I am starting to slide more. We mow more commercial than residential lawns.
    Any suggestions????
    Thanks,
    Charlie

  • #2
    HPAP's, three times the traction and easy on clients grass
    Andy
    Halifax, Nova Scotia

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    • #3
      I run Carlisle Super Lugs, but they will tear up some grass if you dont know how to tuen with them...


      In Memory of My Dad..1943-2008..Gary "Snuffy" Smith

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      • #4
        lower the tire pressure to gain traction

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        • #5
          ive heard about the tire pressure solution but i was curious to if you decrease it too much wont it tear the lawn apart? how low should you go?
          Just Kut Lawn and Landscape
          "Where Service is Always in Season"
          Reach for the stars so if you fall you land on a cloud.

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          • #6
            I normally run mine (high) 18-21 psi
            but they are suppose to be run at 10-12 psi
            to get more traction on a hill I've gone to 8 psi
            I would check the psi rating on your tires and just play with it a bit

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            • #7
              Thanks to everyone. I do run a low psi when I mow the banks, but the tires need replacing so I was looking for some suggestions on what may be out there to purchase for replacement.
              Thanks

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