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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Grass Cake, Aug 13, 2005.
What's your thoughts?
Do you think water in the rear tires helps?hurts?
people use antifrezze here i don't go there.
wont that rust the rims out
That should be fluids.
Only thing I've ever put in a tire is a sealer like fix-a-flat, but I like your choices of vote.
I understand filling farm tractor tires...but are you taling about?
Never heard of it.
Water goes in the radiator, air goes in the tires.
Well if you are talking about tractors. Than yes. My tractor has loaded rear tires. These new compact tractors are to light in the rear end. So you need counter weight. Or you will flip them while using a loader. (talking from experience here)
You fill them to 75% percent full with water/antifreeze, because water doesn't compress. Air does, so it you hit something the air will compress. So the tire won't blow up.
Mine are filled with water and bio degradable anti freeze. You also can use beat juice. Just don't use salt because that will rust out the rims in 3 to 5 years.
My kubota ZTR came from the factory with fluid in the rear tires.
I'm thinking of removing it.