Let me know if you really want rims, I have extras. No lug tires though, lots of turfs.
Harvest King which is by a company called Eldorado? I was told they are made by Kelly Springfield?InTroubleAlltheTime said:E Boy Dog What brand tires are they?
:222: :446: Best Regards, Rich
After a little more googling I think you are right and that is a big problem.Bill.H said:4th guy in this thread said his Harvest King tires had Made in China on them. Too bad, 'cause that's a nice price. I'm looking too.
I care. I worked my ass off at a tire plant that made tractor tires, and we went out of business after several rounds of concessions.mikebramel said:Who cares where they are made. Its the tire that provides the best value for you
Like you said, I would definately buy the USA tires. They at most cost 50% more? and wont be dry cracking in 48 months LOL
Randy, I'm not sure what the country of origin is on those tires, but when looking at Carlisles, if they are made in China it is marked on the bead of the tire in letters less than 1/8" high.99flhr said:Paid $133 each for Carlisle Farm Specialist R-1`s from a local dealer. Mounting extra
I guess I`ll go home and check the sidewall for country of origin
Al, since nobody makes tri-ribs that size in the USA, I had to go with the Firestones also. The soupy ground along the woods line at the back of my property necessitated a tri-rib in order to make the turn past my wood pile (turfs try to go straight-argghhh!). There are some times when it just isn't possible to get certain products that are made here. I will admit my new front tires are working out very well.Protrucker said:I thought that I was buying American when I ordered my Firestone tri-rib front tires from Miller Tire. When they got here & I looked at them, I was surprised to see "made in Viet Nam" on the sidewalls! I am happy so far with the tires though.