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    Who has Fluid Filled 1025R Tires?

    Did a search but came up empty -

    Considering filling my tires. Anybody DIY? Advice? Suggestions? Threads I missed?

    Thanks!

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    I filled my own tires on my previous NH SCUT. Used the fitting from Tractor Supply with no issues.
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    I have the 1026. Filled tires myself with `RV antifreeze.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnFromOKC View Post
    Did a search but came up empty -

    Considering filling my tires. Anybody DIY? Advice? Suggestions? Threads I missed?

    Thanks!
    I used this fitting from Tractor Supply.. and since I was adding RV antifreeze and not water added with a water hose (TS fitting is water hose type) ,I also bought a cheap pump from Northern Tool. The pump mounts in a regular drill and is about $15.00. I made up a couple of short hoses using the appropriate fittings and filled my tires, burping the air out as I went along. Make sure the valvestem is at the 12 o'clock position ,tire standing up, and only fill to just above the rim top...or when you get fluid instead of air when burping.

    Slime® Air/Water Adapter Kit with Bleeder Valve - Tractor Supply Co.

    Well....looks like they went up to 20.00$ on the pump...but I get coupons in the mail all the time. May check with Harbor Fright to see if they have one a little cheaper.
    http://www.northerntool.com/shop/too...4668_200384668
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    Here's a thread I started when I pondered the same question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselshadow View Post
    Here's a thread I started when I pondered the same question.
    Very informative thread Diesel! Are you still happy with your tire fill? Did you fill the front tires?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnFromOKC View Post
    Very informative thread Diesel! Are you still happy with your tire fill? Did you fill the front tires?
    I'm very happy with the filled tires. In fact I wouldn't own another tractor without filling the rear tires. As far as the fronts? I see no benefit at all. Filling the fronts will not add to stability due to the front axle pivot, so the weight would have zero bearing on the frame of the tractor.



    *edit* changed rear to front...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselshadow View Post
    I'm very happy with the filled tires. In fact I wouldn't own another tractor without filling the rear tires.

    As far as the rear? I see no benefit at all. Filling the fronts will not add to stability due to the front axle pivot, so the weight would have zero bearing on the frame of the tractor.

    I think think he means fronts.
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    Yuck!

    As a shop owner, I will ask you never to bring your fluid-filled tires into my shop for repair. It's a time-consuming mess.
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