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    New tires

    Let me apologize up front because I am sure this has been asked already but I have a 1026R that has the turf tires (I bought it used). I would rather have the tractor tires.
    John Deere does not sell them. Where do you go to get them? Not having much luck looking on the internet. Would be willing to trade with someone else that has them but wants the turf tires.
    Thanks.

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    While you very well may find someone on here that would trade or sell you the tires we also have up in the yellow bar near the top of the page a list of vendors for tractor goods.
    There you will find Miller tire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff B View Post
    While you very well may find someone on here that would trade or sell you the tires we also have up in the yellow bar near the top of the page a list of vendors for tractor goods.
    There you will find Miller tire.
    Thanks Jeff, I will check it out.

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    and search here for tire threads for the 1-series. There are a couple of options.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GSM View Post
    and search here for tire threads for the 1-series. There are a couple of options.
    Be sure you do that. I'm leaning towards HDAP's after reading the threads on here about tires.


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    There are two types of what people consider "tractor tires".
    R4 is the industrial style, most common to the 1025/1026.
    R1 is an Ag tire, much more aggressive than the R4, but no nearly as common on smaller CUTs.

    Miller Tire is about as good as it gets service wise, in my opinion, but if you know what tire you want, sometimes a local tire shop can be cheaper overall.
    It pays to look around once you know what size, brand, model tire you want.
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    You may need to change tire rims also Pops .
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    Thanks to all for the good info.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jphavener View Post
    Be sure you do that. I'm leaning towards HDAP's after reading the threads on here about tires.


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    I suggest this Brand if Going to HDAP style 26x12.00-12 Kenda Terra Trac Garden Tractor Tire Because the standard HDAP tire in 26x12.00-12 from Deere is 2 Ply and these are 4 Ply in 26x12.00-12 I have them on My X748. If I still had a 1025R I would Have had a second set of Rims with the Kenda for winter
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sergeant View Post
    I suggest this Brand if Going to HDAP style 26x12.00-12 Kenda Terra Trac Garden Tractor Tire Because the standard HDAP tire in 26x12.00-12 from Deere is 2 Ply and these are 4 Ply in 26x12.00-12 I have them on My X748. If I still had a 1025R I would Have had a second set of Rims with the Kenda for winter
    Hi Sergeant

    I'm looking at a garden tire to see no holes. You would recommend to me
    26x12.00-12 Rubber Master Turf 4 layers 26x12.00-12 Rubber Master Lawn & Garden Tractor Turf Tire
    18x8.50-10 Rubber Master Turf 4 layers 18x8.50-10 Rubber Master Lawn & Garden Tractor Turf Tire

    Thank you
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