16x6.50-8 Firestone 4 Ply 3-Rib Front Tractor
This tire will make your garden look like a BIG tractor and will steer like POWER steering.
This tire is Tubeless, no tube required.
For more tire specs, see "Details" above.
Check your tire size before you order.
Tire only. The tube and wheel are sold separately.
high quality products. Shipped to my mailbox with no issues. quick and friendly to deal with
Fast ,Just what we needed.
They look great and if they fit (haven't mounted tem yet) I'm a happy camper.
great product, great shipping and friendly people to deal with. Will buy from every time I need tractor tires. Special thanks to Beverly for quick shipping service that I requested.
I have been trying to locate some tri-rib tires, for the front of my 30 year old, John Deere lawn mower. After much trial and tribulation, I was given a 2 year old catalog for your company. I purchased 2 tires online, on a Saturday night, and the tires were delivered on Wednesday morning. 5 STARS all around. You guys rock.
I bought these for my 73 SS16 with loader. The steering was hard when the bucket was empty and worse with a load. I put these tires on and pumped them up to 28 PSI. WOW! What a difference! I now steer with one hand and operate the loader with the other, and they look great too.
the tires look great, I have 16x6.50-8 tires and rims originaly on the tractor, these tires look like they were all ways on
Purchased a set of these some years ago to compliment a pair of ag tires on an old yard mule GT so we could use it in the woods. The OEM turf tires weren't much good out there. Recently acquired a new JD 160 mower and wanted the same setup on it.
Apparently they sell quickly, had to wait 'til they were in stock again. These tires are worth every moment of the wait. Good, solid 4-ply, they are true tractor tires.
The claim of power steering feel is true. Since the wider center rib is the only ground contact on solid ground, there's very little friction between the tires and the ground. I can steer the new lawn buggy with one hand.
They're sold as tubeless tires but you may find leaks around the bead after getting them mounted. Fixed that easily with a can of mower fix-a-flat.