I run a 2001 TTHP52. Very pleased with the machine. However, I am not so pleased with the tracks it leaves. The stock tires are relatively skinny it seems to me. It doesn't help that I have a two-wheeled velke since it is not as wide as the WB and leaves almost seperate tracks. I used to have a Simplicity garden tractor with a 60" deck, it did have a wide roller at the rear of the deck, but it hardly left tracks at all. When my lines are not perfectly straight or the ground is wet, my tracks are accented, they stand out. It also seems that the depressions caused by my WB tires are deeper than any rider because of the greater pressure/square inch of the skinnier tires. I noticed the tires on the TT52 were significantly wider than those of the TTHP52. I realize the TT52 is heavier, but why not put wider tires the TTHP52? Since there is no striping kit available for WB's, would it be possible or a good idea to use wider tires? My question is, how should I go about reducing the appearance as well as the pressure/square inch on the ground of my tracks? Thanks.