Re: Tire Chains

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Posted by Tim Daley(MI) on February 06, 2022 at 11:48:39 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: Tire Chains posted by Terry in Mo (T-Mo) on February 05, 2022 at 09:16:32:

Try your local AG tractor suppliers and boneyards. Retailers like Kubota, JD, CASE, CNH, and M-F, dealers will usually supply them as well. Place an AD here (it's free) as well and might get a buyer or two near you -where are you at now? Maybe work out a deal with Dean to pack them up for you and have them shipped UPS? I wouldn't ship via USPs. Buying new online may be same or more with shipping than another alternative. There are also fellas that will haul for you - look on the other site, you know that one that offers 6N manuals : > ) as they have a separate forum for that. A set of chains wouldn't be nothing to add to a guy hauling a tractor near you. Fuel costs these days is expensive these days thanks to Czar Josef O'Biden. Fuel costs will be high no matter where you go. Cheapest route might be to drive yourself to Dean's place...??? I plowed snow with my 8N for 35 years using Beet Juice, aka Rim Guard, for rear tire ballast an put 16" fronts on with the 2-PC front weights. Never go stuck.

Tim Daley(MI)


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