I've been looking for some wheel weights for my cub 149 and I haven't found anything yet.
Will other brands of weights work? I've seen lots of Sears wheel weights for sale but didn't know if they would work.
I've also thought about filling the rear tires with RV antifreeze or windshield wiper...
I picked up 4 25# suitcase weights and 5 20# for $150.00
While the owner and I where loading them he asked if I was into tractor pulling and I said no GT's are just a hobby (addiction) of mine. So... he said he had something he had listed on a different tractor forum and no one was interested...
About a year ago I moved to a new house w/an acre lot. Picked up an '83 John Deere 212 (brand new engine) to help w/the chores. The only issue I've had with it is traction- slips a bit on wet grass, but most problems in snow going up any incline. I plowed the driveway without much issue, but...
I read a topic or thread and I don't remember who wrote it or where it was. It was not long ago and I would like to find it. It is about making lead wheel weights.
I have the lead and a way to melt it.
I have some ideas and am looking for more. All help is always appreciated.
I am looking for a set of STARTER wheel weights for a John Deere 430 (They have to have the hole in the rear for the axle nut to fit into) I will consider other JD Starter Weights but will have to be a good deal since I will have to have them bored out in order to make them fit properly.
I built a bracket and bar for plate style weights for my CC 129. My welding setup is lacking so the welds look really sloppy. I think this should help a bunch if we get any snow.
I am looking for comments and suggestions other than a better welding setup :wallbanging: .