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They are shipped and UPS says I should get them this coming Monday.

http://www.discountutvtires.com/CST-ANCLA-TIRES/

These are the same tires that I put on the 1886 except for size. The 1886 got 26-12-12s, while I'm putting 26-11-12s on the HDT1000.

Being 1" narrower isn't going to make much difference in traction/flotation, and the price is too good to pass up. Actually, being a wee bit narrower might actually help as I plan on putting the Brinly plow on the HDT1000.

It has a set of Goodyear Ags on it now but they have a LOT of weather checking, and I don't trust them to hold up when I start putting some stress on them.
 

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Why ATV tires though instead of tractor AG tires, may I ask? Will they hold up to the abuse the tractor will put on them? Usually the dedicated tractor tires are at least 4-ply if not 6 or 8-ply...
 

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Cost as much as anything else. These are as aggressive as R1s, and are 6-ply.

Plus....they look cool :D :D :D
 

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Should do the job. It will be interesting to see how they perform when plowing.
 

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they wont hold the mud like a AG tires but i like AG's myself
 

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:iagree: but i can see OB's point to replace the ag's on my speedex S-24 i'm looking at around 550 for the pair of correct goodyear ag's they are around 270+ per tire :mad2: :mad2: :mad2: :mad2: :mad2:
 
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