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Farm Specialist 8 Ply Implement I-1 Tire

Blain # 599144 | Mfr # 51F218

$89.99

Rim sold separately

Features

  • Tube type
  • Designed for top performance on free - rolling wheels on wagons and trailers
  • Cut - resistant sidewall reduces downtime
  • Shock - fortified nylon - cord body resists impacts
  • Specially fortified rubber resists stubble puncture and tire erosion
  • 8 ply

Technical Description

Type: implement
MTD Diameter: 30.6"
MTD Width: 10.7"
Weight: 29.4 lb
Rim Width: 8"
Maximum Load: at 30 MPH: 2540 lb
Maximum Inflation: 36 PSI
Size: 11L - 15SL

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Farm Specialist 8 Ply Implement I-1 Tire (Size: 11L - 15SL)
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Blain's Farm and Fleet Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Tony V: I chose to buy from FnF because they have the lowest price I found and quality products. Apr 11, 2014
A shopper asked: I need a 15 inch tire for my hay baler. The rim has a small dent near the rim. Will this tire work? and should I put a tube in to be certain that the dent doesn't affect the air? Jul 5, 2014
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Matthew C: I would recommend a tube in almost all implement tires. when you get the old tire off rim, you may be able to lay it on ground and hammer the rim back close. Also make sure to put the correct size back on or your baler pickup won't be level and will leave hay in field. Goodluck and hope I could help Jul 19, 2014
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JR S: I always put a tube in... they just work better, you'll be happier in the long run... Jul 18, 2014
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Kristopher M: A tube will insure that it holds air properly. Jul 18, 2014
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