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    I have a ford 100 1980 vintage with original rear turf tires size 8.00-16. Having some difficulty finding replacement tires, has anyone tried to install an appropriat size truck tire on these rims? If so what size truck tire will work? Also looking for additional rear wheel weights (I have the stock inner rim weights and I am curious if there is an ad on option for outer rim?) Also has anyone come up with a decent ROPS option for the 1100?

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    Hello & WELCOME to TractorByNet.com!

    I have moved your thread to the Ford/New Holland Owning/Operating Forum. You'll get a better response there.
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    Is it four wheel drive? If not, I would think a 750 X 16 or 235/85R X16 truck tire would work. Our 1100 has 700 X 16 R1's (ag tires).
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    The size you list, 8 X 16 is an ag tire size. Turfs would be more like 29 X 12.00 X 15. That ag rim might be too skinny to find a truck tire for.

    I have bought tires in these sizes from tires-easy.com in portland, or. They were ease to deal with and had fast shipping.

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    try tucker tire or miller tire.. they stock hundreds of tire sizes for tractors.

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    I was able to find a ROPS for my 1100...Made by a place in Australia, if I remember correctly. It is a Hercules ROP. There is a dealer for them in California. I think it is justtractorparts.com
    Quote Originally Posted by dansamuelson View Post
    I have a ford 100 1980 vintage .... Also has anyone come up with a decent ROPS option for the 1100?
    I had to tweek the attachment a bit to fit even though the lower part was supposed to fit the 1100, but I think it ended up pretty solid. It replaces the top link point of the 3 PH...
    It is definitely worth having the ROPS... it is a fold down type if you need the clearance.

    Good luck!

    Terry

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    yep.. rops are good to have!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tosii2 View Post
    I was able to find a ROPS for my 1100...Made by a place in Australia, if I remember correctly. It is a Hercules ROP. There is a dealer for them in California. I think it is justtractorparts.com

    I had to tweek the attachment a bit to fit even though the lower part was supposed to fit the 1100, but I think it ended up pretty solid. It replaces the top link point of the 3 PH...
    It is definitely worth having the ROPS... it is a fold down type if you need the clearance.

    Good luck!

    Terry
    Hercules, is not an OSHA approved ROPS. At best it will absorb energy and deform... what else deforms with it is questionable.

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    wow.. non certified rops.. I'm surprised the made them due to the liability

    i'd have called it a cannopy holder.

    i know some people that have sold rops with no tags on them, and sold them as 'scrap' metal with the tractor so as to avoid lability.

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