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    Default WW2 Vintage Military Tires

    I have a trailer that I pull with my Bobcat that is over 30 years old. I have rebuilt it several times and it's very useful for rough hauling. The tires are tube tires of the WW2 vintage used on the military CJ5, trailers, M37 and other vehicles. Is there a website were I can purchae two used tires of this vintage? Mine are wearing out!

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    Gold Member davkir's Avatar
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    Default Re: WW2 Vintage Military Tires

    These guys used to sell them.
    Coker Tire

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    Default Re: WW2 Vintage Military Tires

    Here's another one to try:
    Gensco Aircraft Tires

    When I was in the Navy, tires were only on the birds (in this case, F-4 Phantoms) a very limited number of landings, then scrapped (which meant sold to companies like Gensco). The F-4 tiire had 26 plies...I have seen them on hay trailers and such.
    Roy Jackson

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    Default Re: WW2 Vintage Military Tires

    You might try giving Colemans Surplus a call or email. They might have some new vintage tires on hand. Coleman's Military Surplus, Army Surplus Store with Government surplus, survival gear, military generator, hunting gear, camping gear

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    Default Re: WW2 Vintage Military Tires

    Ugly, rusty 1957 Ford 960-5, 5' Bush Hog Squealer cutter, 5' Bush Hog Model 305 HD cutter, 5' King Kutter box blade, & King Kutter boom pole.
    Kanga mini skidsteer, 20hp Honda, standard loader bucket, 4n1 bucket, 12" auger, trencher, pallet forks, and carry-all/leveler attachments.
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