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post #1 of 21 Old 12-11-2015, 01:08 AM Thread Starter
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will these tires fit on ariens 10000 series 3 bolt rims?



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I have the 13 x 5 x 6" xtracs on a 924 series. The pic with the tape measure is misleading by the angle. The very leading edge of the tire is 6 1/2" from the center of axle, yours would be 7.5. Clearance issue may be engagement lever side of your 10,000 series, figure the 15's would sit 1" higher than in my pic of that side. If you have 6" tires now, they'll fit on the rim. Mine are 3 bolt rims also.


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I am using 13x5.00-6 X-tracs on a 10000 series



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the original on my 10954 are 13x5x6 turf saver. 15"s should fit. post update if you get them as I want to put a pair on mine
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13 inch will fit just right, 15" will make the tractor sit too high, it would still work though. Tractor will move a bit faster too with the 15" tires.
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ok i found them on amazon for about 25 bucks a piece so im going to order those, they are actually cheaper then the snow hogs i was looking at before
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I asked about these tires on my 922006 but it must have gotten deleted with no notification tome. Should I have started a new thread on it?
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I asked about these tires on my 922006 but it must have gotten deleted with no notification tome. Should I have started a new thread on it?
Yes, you should have. Looks like a moderator took care it already though:

https://www.snowblowerforum.com/forum...-922006-a.html


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Yes, you should have. Looks like a moderator took care it already though:

https://www.snowblowerforum.com/forum...-922006-a.html
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If you're going to mount them yourself prepare for a half day of grunting and swearing. The bead on those 6" X-tracs is VERY tough. I ended up soaking the tires in very hot water with dish soap added. I've done lawn tractor tires several times that were a breeze. They were larger ID (8-12"). I have one of those cheapo HF small tire mounting kits and it still took 2 big guys and several large flat blades to get the final edge of the bead over the rim. You will need to touch up your rims if you painted them after. I have taken a few sets over to the golf course off season and had the repair crew do it for pizza and beer since my first attempt on my set. I highly recommend it for the 6" X-tracs, just FYI.
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