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Old 02-09-2014, 10:18 PM   #1
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so my snowblower has goodyear tires on it that have holes in the tread for studs but i don't know were to get studs. does any one know were i can get studs
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Old 02-09-2014, 10:45 PM   #2
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I don't know about the studs, but you could use hex head sheet metal screws. Be aware that the screws or studs will leave marks on whatever type of pavement your snow blowing on.
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Did you try to do a google, ask, bing search, amazon, ebay ??
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those holes you are seeing. are not stud holes. they are more than likely from when the tires were born upon this earth some odd 40 years ago. my 8-26 has them to. chains were always on the accessory list when buying it new. never any stud stuff MAHALO
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those holes you are seeing. are not stud holes. they are more than likely from when the tires were born upon this earth some odd 40 years ago. my 8-26 has them to. chains were always on the accessory list when buying it new. never any stud stuff MAHALO
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My 1971 Toro 832 has tire studs. The original owner said they came in that way from the Toro factory. I have seen a few other machines with tire studs since I bought mine.
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post some pics of them. this I gotta see:e ek: MAHALO
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Just looked it up tire chains only. No studs what so ever

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I got the picture posting figured out...The tires are in fact Goodyears and they have 2 studs per lug..

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My 1969 Yardman Snow bird has studded tires too
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