Another "newbie" question from me... I have a 2520 JD and the rear tires are ballasted with what I was told is Rim Guard (beet juice). Today I was a dumb dumb and I went to check air pressures in tires in my new to me tractor and when I checked the rear tires I got a little surprise squirt of watery black liquid. First question is would Rim Guard come out of the tire as a watery black liquid? If so I always heard it smelled... this stuff doesn't smell at all.
Second question is with "loaded" tires do I still fill the other air part of the tire with the same recommended tire pressure that JD lists for my tractor or does it change since 2/3 is now liquid filled? I assume the tire pressure would be the same but just wanted to double check!
Thanks for all of the info you guys have provided me so far. I've had two tractors but didn't own them very long, hoping this 2520 will be around for many many years to come so I'll be looking for guidance from you experts along the way!