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Think I have found a batter wearing alternative tyre that should wear much batter than the standard lawn mower tyre. Closed tread and 8 or 10 ply.
 

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Simple fix mate get them solid filled worked on ours only adds about 100 kg at the most.
 

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Mate from memory I think it was about 500 for the two had to be sent down to brisbane and took a couple weeks to come back.
But well worth it soild filling a lot of tyres now.
 

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Mate from memory I think it was about 500 for the two had to be sent down to brisbane and took a couple weeks to come back.
But well worth it soild filling a lot of tyres now.
How is it determined what pressure equivalent you put in the tires?
What sort of material is used for solid filling?
Heard of it before about 20 years ago but it never went anywhere here.:confused:
 

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How is it determined what pressure equivalent you put in the tires?
What sort of material is used for solid filling?
Heard of it before about 20 years ago but it never went anywhere here.:confused:
Hey Don well to answer the first question I don't really know but I know they work out how many litres the tyre holds and what pressure you run the tyre at.

As for what they put in it I don't know I was told they guarantee the tyre will wear through before the product fails.

Starting to grow in momentum over here I'd say Don especially for those tyres that get staked a lot.
Started of with a offset tyre and a slasher tyre thinking of trying a quad tyre.
 

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Another alternative is to get them recapped with solid rubber. Adds about 20mm solid rubber to the tyre and cheaper than solid. Shame JD don't bring these out with decent Tyres first place
 
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