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Old 09-09-2014, 08:45 PM
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Thanks I like it so far! I was going to get the Carlisle HD Field Trax like we talked about in PM but decided to try these as they fit my stock rims.
They look like nice tread pattern
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Old 09-12-2014, 01:40 AM
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I run the HD field tracks on my old 90's models for years. I too am looking for an after market tire for my 3372 and 3360
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I run the HD field tracks on my old 90's models for years. I too am looking for an after market tire for my 3372 and 3360
If you have the 9'' rims run the HD Field tracks If you don't and have the 10'' rims run those tires Greg is running
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Ended up putting 13-5/6 ribbed on the front too,, turf bosses are doing ok for now, put a plug in one not long ago, but will look into the tires you're running on the rear,, I like the idea of more rubber on the ground and they don't look like they will dig holes as easily as the turf boss's, thanks
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