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Old 02-25-2011, 10:19 PM
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Carlisle Reliance flat proof tires

After numerous flats last season I went and brought some Reliance Flat proof tires for my Z. I hated to spend the money, but I figure they will pay for them selfs in no time. I put them on today, hadn't tried them out yet. I also put new turf masters on the back. Hopefully this will be a flat free year
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Old 02-25-2011, 11:37 PM
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we are changing the last of our mowers that have pnuematics on the front tires. the others came standard, but the everride warriors dont, so we jsut got in the no flats.

it WILL increase the stifness and roughness of the ride, but it is worth the less hassles.

remember, your deck height and pitch will now be off, not only cuz you have rear tires being new, but especially the no flats. they are shorter than the air tires.
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