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    Default Re: How to lift filled rear tires

    Would like to here more about that operation .

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    Default Re: How to lift filled rear tires

    " the first tire would hit the ground and prevent the axle from turning".

    Like I said take the tractor out of gear.
    Pan

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    Default Re: How to lift filled rear tires

    Quote Originally Posted by kevin37b View Post
    Would like to here more about that operation .
    What part of it? Happy to explain more if you have questions.
    -Dave

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    I'm young strong and healthy and could easily handle those tires by hand, but why would I want to. Love the tool you've made. Just a thought, would the rollers have even helped to rotate a ag bar tire, probably not. Great way to save the back. Work smarter not harder was always dads motto.
    Work Smarter Not Harder

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    Default Re: How to lift filled rear tires

    Bumpkin...being young, strong, and healthy is good; being smart on top of that is even better.
    Paraphrasing Douglas Adams - So long and thanks for all the bacon.

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    Default Re: How to lift filled rear tires

    some more pictures of tire lifters, (finaly figured out how to search for it)

    for a fork lilft
    New Dual Tractor Tire Changer | eBay

    an other type on a loader bucket and has it own jack for up and down
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    a lifting hook with wheels
    http://antiquetractorsforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=35&t=78

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    Quote Originally Posted by BHD View Post
    Why not lower the tractor to the rim height? At least that is what I do if I have to take the rim off a tractor or combine
    Ahhhh,,,,,,, a thinking man

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    Quote Originally Posted by PANHAPP View Post
    Take the tractor out of gear so you can turn the hub.

    Pan

    Ahhhh,,,,,,, another thinking man

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    Default Re: How to lift filled rear tires

    Did lower the tractor the first time, if you read it. Works fine for the first tire, and like crap for the second one as the first one interferes with the ground while trying to line it up, and then you can't turn the wheel. I've tried turning a wheel on a car when only one is in the air before. Couldn't do it, even in neutral. But easy to do with both wheels in the air. I have no reason to think this would be any different, and so did not try it.
    -Dave

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