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Hi

I am looking for new tire on John Deere 210 snowblower so i just wondering
Tru power will work better than regular tires with chain? also what about front tires?

My Driveway is flat no hills
 

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Here is a Older Picture of my 140H3 with Rib's On the Front
There Vredestein from are site Supporter Miller Tire http://www.millertire.com/:thThumbsU I think the Vredestein Look Better than the Old Tri Rib Myself
 

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Correct On the tire size Oh You will also Need Tubes with the Vredestein in that size Those Farm and Fleet style Ribs Tend to ware smooth rather quickly were the Vredestein seem to ware Rather well Over time. Those that are Mounted I think I Bought in the summer of 2009 and they still Look New the 140 and the 140 Get's a lot of Use In my 3 acre Garden and the 140 steers very well with Them In the winter when I have the Front Blade Mounted :thThumbsU
 

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Correct On the tire size Oh You will also Need Tubes with the Vredestein in that size Those Farm and Fleet style Ribs Tend to ware smooth rather quickly were the Vredestein seem to ware Rather well Over time. Those that are Mounted I think I Bought in the summer of 2009 and they still Look New the 140 and the 140 Get's a lot of Use In my 3 acre Garden and the 140 steers very well with Them In the winter when I have the Front Blade Mounted :thThumbsU

ok thank for info.. i will make sure get new 2 tube and 2 tires also i am looking for extra rims too so i can change when spring coming i just wondering does my old tire has tube inside too?
 
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