Ok, have a bit of a problem... I have this Deere stander, and the tires on it are pretty much shot, but they are Carlisle Turf Masters. I really dislike the Turf Masters, they don't have much traction and are cheapos, 2 ply I think. I have a pair of like new Turf Savers, same size, both 20x10-8 tires but the Turf Savers are almost an INCH larger in diameter! Wouldn't be that big of a deal except in order to get the deck pitched correctly, with the tires it has, I'm out of adjustment to lower the rear of the deck as well as out of adjustment to raise the front! Using these Turf Master tires would put the rear of the deck about 3/4" higher than the front and it wouldn't cut right! From what I can tell by the pictures in the manual, the Deere came from the factory with the Carlisle Multi-trac tires on it. Anyone else ran into this issue??? Are the multi-tracs even smaller in diameter than the turf savers? I wonder if that's not the case since I had to adjust the deck so much to get it pitched correctly. I really hate to order a set and find out they are the same diameter as the Turf Savers! I remember talking to a guy that had an exmark, said he could NOT get it to cut level... He had replaced one of the turf masters with a turf saver... I told him then "well there's your problem". lol. I find it odd that a company as large as Carlisle wouldn't have a lot better consistancy in tire sizes. A 20x10-8 should be a 20x10-8, no matter what the name of the tread pattern is!