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    Yeah those ol spikes in a plate deals have been probably the biggest tire killers i have ever come across on a job site. I agree that you probably need a patch but having the rim guard isn't gonna be fun to break it down.
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    Yeah I have wondered if I should have gotten the tires filled for that reason. I wonder if a patch or plug will work. If it can be made clean enough to bond. I would not just plug it myself. A proper repair is both.

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    I brush hogged between the woods and the creek to give the deer a place to walk. Weeds were well above the tractor hood. I also moved a large rock from the woods to the house. It was about all the 1023e could handle. Pallet Forks to the rescue again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kbar View Post
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    Before I go groveling to the dealer and get upcharged, anyone here had a flat losing fluid, and how did you deal with it?
    My dealer doesn't do tires. When a sharp stick poked a hole in my filled rear tire they sent me to a local tractor tire place. They removed it, patched, filled it. Wasn't much....less than $50
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    Quote Originally Posted by duramaxsky View Post
    Yeah I have wondered if I should have gotten the tires filled for that reason. I wonder if a patch or plug will work. If it can be made clean enough to bond. I would not just plug it myself. A proper repair is both.

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    Patch is definitely the better solution, and for a couple bucks for the kit, Iím going to roll the dice and try out the plug first. Iíve had success in the past plugging pickup tires and they lasted years. I donít know if I can get a good bond with all that red crap contaminating all the rubber though. Worth a shot anyway. Iím going to call around to see who deals with fluid filled tires. Any other times, Iíd just take it to Les Schwab. They may be able to deal with it. Iím reticent to drop it off at the dealer since they are slammed right now. Iíve read somewhere you can install your own fluid with the right fitting. Anyone know how to do this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kbar View Post
    Patch is definitely the better solution, and for a couple bucks for the kit, Iím going to roll the dice and try out the plug first. Iíve had success in the past plugging pickup tires and they lasted years. I donít know if I can get a good bond with all that red crap contaminating all the rubber though. Worth a shot anyway. Iím going to call around to see who deals with fluid filled tires. Any other times, Iíd just take it to Les Schwab. They may be able to deal with it. Iím reticent to drop it off at the dealer since they are slammed right now. Iíve read somewhere you can install your own fluid with the right fitting. Anyone know how to do this?
    Go to Youtube and search for "how to fill tractor tires with fluid," you will get a lot of results, some of which may actually be good advice.

    This one ought to be decent since it is posted by Rim Guard:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kbar View Post
    Patch is definitely the better solution, and for a couple bucks for the kit, Iím going to roll the dice and try out the plug first. Iíve had success in the past plugging pickup tires and they lasted years. I donít know if I can get a good bond with all that red crap contaminating all the rubber though. Worth a shot anyway. Iím going to call around to see who deals with fluid filled tires. Any other times, Iíd just take it to Les Schwab. They may be able to deal with it. Iím reticent to drop it off at the dealer since they are slammed right now. Iíve read somewhere you can install your own fluid with the right fitting. Anyone know how to do this?
    I bought this adapter or one similar.
    https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milton-3...E&gclsrc=aw.ds

    This is how I filled the tires.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kbar View Post
    Patch is definitely the better solution, and for a couple bucks for the kit, I’m going to roll the dice and try out the plug first. I’ve had success in the past plugging pickup tires and they lasted years. I don’t know if I can get a good bond with all that red crap contaminating all the rubber though. Worth a shot anyway. I’m going to call around to see who deals with fluid filled tires. Any other times, I’d just take it to Les Schwab. They may be able to deal with it. I’m reticent to drop it off at the dealer since they are slammed right now. I’ve read somewhere you can install your own fluid with the right fitting. Anyone know how to do this?

    I can't imagine 1 plug working for a RR spike hole.... Rather than wedging the hole open with 2- 5 plugs.


    Its probly going to dribble and puke beet juice and basicly Piss you off for the next 10 yrs +.

    Just go get it fixed proper.....all the LS tire stores around here have fluid pumps.





    a nail hole I'd plug without a second thought
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1023Easy View Post
    I brush hogged between the woods and the creek to give the deer a place to walk. Weeds were well above the tractor hood. I also moved a large rock from the woods to the house. It was about all the 1023e could handle. Pallet Forks to the rescue again!
    I have quite a few mowed trails around my property. They are primarily to keep the woods at bay and for me to walk, but it's neat to see the deer and elk use them.
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