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    Default JD 1020 - what is the correct tire pressure?

    1967 I believe.
    Typical Ag tire setup.
    Yes, I looked at the sidewall - no pressure listing or it wore off

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: JD 1020 - what is the correct tire pressure?

    Most Ag tires run between 8 to 20 psi. The never exceed pressure is usually about 25psi. Do you know what brand of tire they are.

    Quote Originally Posted by Figato View Post
    Yes, I looked at the sidewall - no pressure listing or it wore off
    Did you look on the backside of the tires.

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    Default Re: JD 1020 - what is the correct tire pressure?

    Tire pressure isnt a carved in stone pressure. It all depends on the tool being used in relation to tractive issues. Do a google for tractor tire slippage for in depth reading on the matter.

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    Default Re: JD 1020 - what is the correct tire pressure?

    Quote Originally Posted by MIKE R View Post
    Most Ag tires run between 8 to 20 psi. The never exceed pressure is usually about 25psi. Do you know what brand of tire they are.



    Did you look on the backside of the tires.
    Thanks.
    I did look at the back, but might have missed it.

    Tractor is at my hunting land, so I'll have to come back with tire brand.

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    Default Re: JD 1020 - what is the correct tire pressure?

    What sizes are front and rear?
    Are rear 4 or 6 ply?
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    Default Re: JD 1020 - what is the correct tire pressure?

    Quote Originally Posted by MIKE R View Post
    Most Ag tires run between 8 to 20 psi. The never exceed pressure is usually about 25psi. Do you know what brand of tire they are.



    Did you look on the backside of the tires.
    I second this for the rear tire. The rears should be best traction at 8-10 PSI. I dont think a 1020 would have the capcity to carry anything large enough to require more than about 12 PSI. Depending on the size front tires they could be anywhere from 30-40 PSI. There should be a maximum inflation pressure on them somewhere. It will be pretty small writing but should still be legible. I have never seen one that was worn off as there just isnt any wear on the side walls.
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