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Old 07-18-2019, 09:22 PM
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Default Antego 26x12.00-12

I purchased some Antego 26x12x12's awhile back and just picked some wheels from heywheel.com. They are 12x10.50 with 5.5" back spacing. They were super nice guys and welded them up exactly as I asked them.

The tires are smaller than advertised though, so even though the price was good, I'm a not completely happy. They will be fine for what I am doing, grandson won't know the difference. Here are a couple of pics.




Just thought I would share in case someone else was looking at buying.




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Now that's some rubber! It'll probably float. Looks cool!

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The ags are looking good!
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Old 07-19-2019, 02:21 PM
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Here is the same tractor in about 07, this is me with my son and now my son has a 4 year old. In a year or 2 I think he will be old enough and we will pull again.

I quit pulling in 07 because my Dad got cancer and then passed in 09. Sold my puller but kept this one since he pulled it.

I plan on painting to make it look original except for the pulling additions. Filed for disability last fall, so it takes a lot longer to do things and have to get my kids to help.
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Looks good there Randy!
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