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    Gallons required to load 1025 tires

    I'll be picking up some -20f washer fluid for ALL four tires. Does anyone know how many gallons are required? I was estimating 25 gal. ?


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    Look here, third post down and thank KennyD:

    http://www.greentractortalk.com/foru...ing-fluid.html
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    Your gained ballast weight should be less than with RimGuard but it's explained later in the same thread.
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    I believe it is somewhere around 8 gals without looking at Kennys reply.
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    I'd have to look at my notes somewhere but I've had in mind 32 gallons for all four tires. Here is the link to the Rim Guard fill chart. I've bought 40 gallons of -45 so I know I'll have enough for the tires plus a couple of winters of use in the vehicles washers.

    http://www.rimguard.biz/Documentatio...le_AGTires.pdf
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    Is 75% fluid fill typical or will 85-90% still leave enough room for adding enough air pressure. I think I'm running around 22 front 24 rear psi


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tnman View Post
    Is 75% fluid fill typical or will 85-90% still leave enough room for adding enough air pressure. I think I'm running around 22 front 24 rear psi


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    The dealer that filled my tires with rim guard filled them full. Had rimguard shooting out of the valve stem while he inserted the valve core. Probably at least 90%. So, I think I got at least 100lb per tire. (~9 gal).
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    75% liquid fill is what most tractor manufacturers recommend. I wouldn't recommend any more than that.

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    Got the fronts loaded today. Took about 3 1/2 gal with the tires still mounted. Could have got 4 or a little more if they were off & laying down. I wanted to be able to add or decrease air without it coming out. @ 20 psi now. It did make a difference as my ground was a little soft and dug a few ruts with R4 tires on sharp uphill corners.
    I didn't want to load rears till I get the spacers on this week.
    I used a cheap hand pump , but will use a pressure tank or electric pump for rears.
    Every 1/2 gal I would bend the tubing to cut off and use the quick disconnect ring to pull hose out. Then stick end in jug, open and release the air. Then simply stick hose back in pump and continue.
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    I'll be loading mine in a few weeks when my spacers come and I do my servicing. I tried to buy the proper fittings from Gemplers, only cost about $15 but the shipping to Canada was going to be $70. That wasn't going to happen so I bought one of these:
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    Took out this dodad to allow the fluid to flow into the stem with the core removed:
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    I adapted from the air gun to a hose fitting:
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    Tested it with water and a submersible pump and it should work great:
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    The nice thing is the air gun has the air release valve that will allow me to "burp" the air out as I go. I'll either use that submersible pump or a small drill pump that I have.
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