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    HDAP tires on a SCUT?

    Has anyone put hdaps on their scut? Would they handle the weight the the fel on?


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    Pilot-Five did, here is his thread......

    http://www.greentractortalk.com/foru...-my-1025r.html


    I will seriously consider these when it's time for new treads. I don't have much dirt work anymore, so I'll switch to either these or turfs, probably the HDAPs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MowJoe View Post
    Has anyone put hdaps on their scut? Would they handle the weight the the fel on?


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    They better. When my R-4's wear out that is what is going on my 1026. There is one member on here that did put HDAP on his 1 series. Just make sure you get the 4 ply rating or higher. My 2210 I had before had turf tires on and it handled the FEL fully loaded just fine. I never did check the ply rating on them.




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    Quote Originally Posted by MowJoe View Post
    Has anyone put hdaps on their scut? Would they handle the weight the the fel on?


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    From: http://www.greentractortalk.com/foru...f-tires-4.html

    "I also wanted to point out that from the quick review of Carlisle web site that the HDAP tires seem to have a greatly reduced load rating vs the R4 and R3.
    HDAP front 18 x 8.5 x 10, 4 ply is 495 lb rating vs R4 4 ply @ 830 lb rating.

    The only 26 x 12 x 12 HDAP that I could find is rated at 760 lb vs same size R4 @ 1780 lb rating

    If I have not made some grievous mistake with my tire shopping on the Carlisle site then the change to HDAP would be a severe and potentially dangerous mistake in my opinion."


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    Carlisle Multi-Trac C/S 18x8.5x10 R3 4-ply is rated at 825lbs
    Carlisle Multi-Trac C/S 26x12x12 R3 4-ply is rated at 1760lbs or 2270lbs for 6-ply

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    The HDAP's listed above seem pretty good though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tletourneau View Post
    From: http://www.greentractortalk.com/foru...f-tires-4.html

    "I also wanted to point out that from the quick review of Carlisle web site that the HDAP tires seem to have a greatly reduced load rating vs the R4 and R3.
    HDAP front 18 x 8.5 x 10, 4 ply is 495 lb rating vs R4 4 ply @ 830 lb rating.

    The only 26 x 12 x 12 HDAP that I could find is rated at 760 lb vs same size R4 @ 1780 lb rating

    If I have not made some grievous mistake with my tire shopping on the Carlisle site then the change to HDAP would be a severe and potentially dangerous mistake in my opinion."
    Iím coming up with the same results you are. The fronts are almost cut in half of the amount of weight they can carry. So, if you get a 1025r with fel with turf tires how are they able to handle the load?


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    Quote Originally Posted by MowJoe View Post
    Iím coming up with the same results you are. The fronts are almost cut in half of the amount of weight they can carry. So, if you get a 1025r with fel with turf tires how are they able to handle the load?


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    A lot of people get the FEL with turfs and have no issues. The Carlisle Multi-Trac C/S 18x8.5x10 R3 4-ply is rated at 825lbs per tire so 1650lbs aggregate. The rated lift capacities for the FEL's on the 1025R is around 570lbs for the D120, 512lbs for the H120, and 754lbs for the 120R. those numbers are from JD's web site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Levi View Post
    They better. When my R-4's wear out that is what is going on my 1026. There is one member on here that did put HDAP on his 1 series. Just make sure you get the 4 ply rating or higher. My 2210 I had before had turf tires on and it handled the FEL fully loaded just fine. I never did check the ply rating on them.




    I see CP got ahead of me.
    Those tires will last for 20+ years unless you're on the road and hard surface a lot. I agree, no reason to get low bid tires when you only buy them once or twice in a lifetime.
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    Another question. I have noticed that the HD field trax max weight of 495 @ 50mph. The multi trac is 730 @ 10mph. So considering Iím not going to do more than 10mph on the 1025r does that mean the tire would have a higher weight rating?


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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonyPark View Post
    Pilot-Five did, here is his thread......

    http://www.greentractortalk.com/foru...-my-1025r.html


    I will seriously consider these when it's time for new treads. I don't have much dirt work anymore, so I'll switch to either these or turfs, probably the HDAPs.
    Same here for the same reasons. But a lot more unlikely to be available for my 2 series.

    10 years and 450 hours and my tires are about 1/2 worn. Canít figure out why since they are always on grass and dirt.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post

    10 years and 450 hours and my tires are about 1/2 worn. Canít figure out why since they are always on grass and dirt.....
    Most likely 4WD scrubbing on turns, and because of the small front/big rear dynamic, even in a straight line. The system is inherently flawed (e.g. the front wheels deliberately "overdriving" the rears), but that's okay, since it's on a tractor, and it works for its intended purpose.
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