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    ag1.jpgag2.jpgag3.jpgag4.jpgRich, I'll have you know I ventured out into the pouring rain to get these pictures for you! The shop is full of customers equipment and mine sits in the rain! These ag tires have lots of clearance to inner fender and it appears that the original fenders may have to be raised an inch or so to clear tops of the tires. (looks like top flat portion of fender will clear the tire in original position but the front and rear angles would touch the tire) These ag tires were swapped from a 446 that I purchased from Lionel so maybe he can let you know where they were purchased. As far as operational changes it is just a soggy mess here so will be a couple of days before I can test the tractor, which is just as well because I have found LOTS of missing bolts etc ,only 2 engine mount bolts left etc.etc

    Tire brand is BKT
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    Quote Originally Posted by bhood View Post
    ag1.jpgag2.jpgag3.jpgag4.jpgRich, I'll have you know I ventured out into the pouring rain to get these pictures for you! The shop is full of customers equipment and mine sits in the rain! These ag tires have lots of clearance to inner fender and it appears that the original fenders may have to be raised an inch or so to clear tops of the tires. (looks like top flat portion of fender will clear the tire in original position but the front and rear angles would touch the tire) These ag tires were swapped from a 446 that I purchased from Lionel so maybe he can let you know where they were purchased. As far as operational changes it is just a soggy mess here so will be a couple of days before I can test the tractor, which is just as well because I have found LOTS of missing bolts etc ,only 2 engine mount bolts left etc.etc

    Tire brand is BKT
    Oh wow thank you for taking the pics. They look aggressive. I am sure she will be top shape back in a great home. Again thanks for sharing the pics.

    Rich

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    Rich, I started out with "American Farmer" 7.60 x 15 Ag bar on the OEM 15 inch rims, then I moved to Carlisle Farm specialists on 16 inch rims:


    American Farmer on the left, Carlisle on the right. BUT those Carlisle are the 7 x 16's and with the combine weights and everything I have on the rear of this guy I really need wider tire.. Also the 44x rims move the tires in so the rear width is smaller than the Oem rims.

    The write up on the carlise's is here: https://casecoltingersoll.com/showth...l=1#post695355


    Quote Originally Posted by InTroubleAlltheTime View Post
    Many of us have wrestled with finding a suitable ag for the stock rims on the loaders. I would also be interested in whether there are any issues with operation of the machine due to the change. I am already dreaming of Titans,Carlisle Farm Specialist.....etc...... for my loader LOL.

    Rich

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    If anyone is working on fenders for loaders, here is what the underside of the fender for a 6020 look like:


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