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Can someone please recommend replacement wheels for a Sno-Tek 24? Thank you
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Tires? Rims? or complete tire and rim assemblies?
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The entire set, tire and rim. Thanks
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I’ll have to search a little after work, rims off a MTD actually fit except the lock pins are smaller and make them fit sloppy, I’ll do a search after work.

Well to get a new one with tire it's a little pricey but not too bad.
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Thanks. Is there an alternative to tubeless?
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Yes, you can get split rims, and install a tube if you want to go that route.

What ever you decide, I would recommend the XTrac for the tires.
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I purchased xtrak tires for mine but I do have a tire changer so wasn’t a big issue swapping them on the stock rims

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Thanks guys. I'm new to this and trying to understand. My current tire says 4.10-6 on it. What does this mean exactly and what are my options to replace them? I'm thinking the tubed tires would not experience the air loss issues? Is may thinking correct?
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Of the 4.10-6 the six is the rim diameter. The 4.10 is the ratio of sidewall to tread I think. If you have tubeless you can also get a bottle of "Slime" and put some in each tire and then take the machine out for a walk for the stuff to spin around and coat the inside of the tire and rim. Want to do it before it gets so cold the stuff won't flow. I had some pretty sorry looking tires with sidewall cracks that leaked down almost weekly before adding the Slime to them. I can't remember if it gave me a year or two before I needed to replace the tires. I used that rider for a lot of grass cutting, wood & compost hauling, gravel for driveway, ... I'm on 5 acres so it gets used a lot. I love the stuff.
You don't need split rims to do tubed tires but it is much easier to install the tube on a split rim than stuff it into a tubeless rim and then try to slip the tire onto the rim over the tube without pinching it. (IMHO)

https://shop.slime.com/collections/p...r-tire-sealant

Snow Hogs are good too - - >


Couldn't find a 4.10-6 X-Trac, might need to contact them. https://www.carlisletirestore.com/store/xtrac.html
Shop around for price.

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If a tubeless tire is installed properly, it should not leak.

If a tube is put in a tire properly, and not destroyed by pinching it, it should not leak.

Your size … 4.10-6 …. means your rim is approximately 4 inches wide and your rim circumference is approximately 6 inches wide.

You would get the XTrac tire size 13X4.0-6 , that is approximately 13 inches high when filled - for a 4 inch wide rim - and for a 6 inch wide rim diameter.

Be aware, you will need a mini tire changer, or bring them to a tire or small equipment shop for mounting, unless you go the split rim route.



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