2021 John Deere S240-42"
Hummm... I will be spending a lot on other parts... First impulse is to use the rims that I have... better to spend the money elsewhere... Having said that, if I am going with narrower front, now will be the time to get them. To avoid having to buy another set of tires...Yeah, unfortunately, those tri-rib tires won’t fit your current rims. Pre-1966 machines had the option for thinner front rims, I THINK they dropped that in ‘66. If you can nail down the rims tho, they’ll be an exact swap onto your spindles. The tires you can definitely get from Miller, if the rain stops here I’ll pop out to my tractor tent and get you the numbers off mine.
There was also the option for thinner rear rims, I came across a set a couple years ago.
I think that 1965 you pictured there has the thin rears on it too, but hard to tell with ags on it. One thing I’d mention about the ags tho, is they WILL tear up your lawn right quick! Especially if you have any weight on the tractor...found that out running my loader tractor around in the back yard.
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If I stick with the rims I have, that means that I will have to go with something like this: 16x6.50-8 Deestone Rib 4 ply Tire
And for the back: 23x8.50-12 Carlisle Tru Power 4 Ply Tire