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My 2007 4010 MCUT and it looks like the other one,is,just as bad. Was looking on line and prices vary a lot. What is a decent industrial tire and what should I expect to pay? It has Titan tires on it. 5.70-12 on front and 10-16.5 on back.

Do you usually buy you buy tires on line or locally?

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I've done both, ordered Titans for my now sold Kubota L2900 from Amazon and just had a front tire on my 4720 self-destruct. Used my local home-owned tire shop to order a Titan for the 4720. These guys do everything from a lawnmower to a truck tractor.
 

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I just bought front tires for my Wheel Horse off Amazon....Prime. :thumbup1gif:
 
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i've done both-on-line for my last set of front tires for the 2520. but for the model 50, i bought at a tires shop, plus needed tubes for that tire too.

but heck that was back in spring of 03 for them tires:laugh:
 
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I have used M.E. Miller Tire for a lot of my tire purchases, they are great people, a supporting vendor of the forum and they ship. Give them a call when your shopping around.

m. e. MILLER tire

Miller Tire

Just wanted to point that out! :bigthumb: And when you talk to them, be sure to mention GTT so they keep on being a supporting vendor of the forum!
 

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I have done all of the above plus bought some garden tractor tires from Tractor Supply as well. I just bought a rear tire for my ZTR two weeks ago and that came from Discount Tire via Ebay. If you have a Discount Tire store near you, you can generally order just about any tire through them and have them mount it. I have had pretty decent service with them over the years.

If I order on line, I look for free shipping and a good price (they are not mutually exclusive but you need to search). You have to be careful though as some vendors will pack the shipping price into the price of the tire or I have seen on a ebay a really cheap tire price but when you look at the shipping cost they get it back out of you with that.

Of course if you can support the local guy or Miller Tire on here that's always good too.

As far as what brand, I have had good luck with Carlisle over the years. The ones from Tractor Supply were some off brand Chinese tire. Wasn't really enamored with them but they were available for the right price and I was in a big need at the time. They worked out just fine so....:greentractorride:
 
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Walmart. I know there is a lot of hate for them but my local store is great. Super clean store and very attentive employees.

Tractor tires - I needed new front tires. Ordered them on line - Carlisle Trac Chief R4 exactly the same as original. Ordered them on-line - were at the store in 3 days. Dropped my old ones off yesterday and had them changed out. Only charge was the $1.50 PA tire disposal tax for them taking the old ones.

Cost was better than anyone else local or on-line and the service was perfect.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Carlisle-Trac-Chief-Construction-Tire-23X850-12-LRC-6-ply-Wheel-Not-Included/141517120

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Ended up getting the Carlisle's for $55 each. Was $127 shipped.
 
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