I dont know where you are located but if they are 26x12-12 then I will be glad to trade with youMy x580 came with the HDAP rear tires which work great for snow but I am not sure how they will be for mowing and marking up the lawn. Should I think about getting turf tread tires for the summer?
I have them on my 580 and have nothing but good to say about them under any and all conditions.My x580 came with the HDAP rear tires which work great for snow but I am not sure how they will be for mowing and marking up the lawn. Should I think about getting turf tread tires for the summer?
Very true.....usually, the biggest issue with any of the tires is the operator. Any tire can tear up the lawn if you get aggressive on turns, acceleration, stopping, etc....Also, when it's wet, a good set of work boots can turf some lawns......:laugh::lol:Never had a problem unless spinning them. Then any tire will make a mark.
I think Kenda makes a knobby tire that will fit the front of your tractor. It's essentially a snow blower tire. Looked at them before I replaced my front tires. The stock tires only lasted for 110 hours. Ended up going with regular turfs.For those that are using the HDAP tires in the winter do you use them with terragrips or do you find that the HDAPs alone have enough traction for snow and ice while snowblowing? Sometimes I think HDAP would be nice on the rears as my turf tires with terra grips can slip in deep snow but also the front turf tires can have trouble turning my x584 in the right conditions. Does no one make a more winter specific compound for ATV/lawn garden tractor tires like you see in automotive tires? (I'm thinking Bridgestone Blizzaks) At first thought it seems like having a softer compound for cold conditions would be ideal but perhaps not?