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  1. #11
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    I can confirm that 24.5 truck tires fit very well on the 9.00-24 rear rims on my No.9 Auto Patrol. I bought a second-hand set really cheap at an auction just to have some rubber on the back that would hold air and not blow out.
    D2 5J2115SP
    D2 5U7066
    RD6 2H1768
    RD6 2H3072
    No.9 Auto Patrol 8A331
    No.9 Auto Patrol 8A539
    Ten PT3037
    Twenty PL134 (Yard-Art)
    Minneapolis-Moline prototype crawler X253
    1945 Farmall H

  2. #12
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    Default 212 Tires

    Did u use tubes or go tubeless on the 24.5 tires? I saw a set on a AC Mack years ago at a truck show but didn't pay any mind to tubes or tubeless.

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    The split rims on the No.9's make it mandatory to use tubes, as well as liners.
    D2 5J2115SP
    D2 5U7066
    RD6 2H1768
    RD6 2H3072
    No.9 Auto Patrol 8A331
    No.9 Auto Patrol 8A539
    Ten PT3037
    Twenty PL134 (Yard-Art)
    Minneapolis-Moline prototype crawler X253
    1945 Farmall H

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    Default 10:00 X 24z

    They are out there. I found 4 on Craigs list that were new and 12 ply, and the guy delivered them. $200.00 each. 3 of them were Timco's and 1 Denman. Never heard of Timco tires but they are very nice. Charlie

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    I have a 212 and I can tell you for sure 295/75/24.5 tires fit perfect. I have a full set on mine. I had a set recapped with heavy rock lugs. Put them on with liners and inner tubes and haven't looked back. Hope this helps

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    Default Suicidal tire mounting

    Quote Originally Posted by Wombat View Post
    Have never tried it, however have always thought there was a possibility of fitting 10.00 x 24.5 truck tyres with tubes. Has anyone tried to do this, could get a mutton leg Bandag cap fitted to the tyres here in Australia if they would fit ok.
    Mounting a 24.5 truck tire on a 24" split rim would be a really quick way to access a cemetery plot. All of the __.5 tires have a tapered bead shoulder and wouldn't hold the lock ring in place and would likely slide over the edge of the rim. I have used 11.2 x 24 Agricultural tires on my Adams 220 road grader with good success. The rims were designed for 9.00 and 10.00 x 24 tires and at one time had 11.00 x 24 grader tires on it. Check equipment wrecking yards for used ones is about the only other option.

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    Well all I can say is that the 24.5 tires I have fit the rims very well, in fact are even a tighter fit on the rims than the straight 24's and have no trouble keeping the lock rings in place. Fitting the 24.5's was recommended to me by another Cat No.9 owner who did the same thing 20 years ago and has been running them ever since, with no problems. Of course, split rims always have the potential to be dangerous and all necessary precautions should always be taken when working with them. So here's the disclaimer: Always use extreme caution when working with split rims, use the proper safety tools when inflating and if you don't feel comfortable with what you're doing, then either don't do it or seek professional assistance.
    D2 5J2115SP
    D2 5U7066
    RD6 2H1768
    RD6 2H3072
    No.9 Auto Patrol 8A331
    No.9 Auto Patrol 8A539
    Ten PT3037
    Twenty PL134 (Yard-Art)
    Minneapolis-Moline prototype crawler X253
    1945 Farmall H

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    Default 10.00x24 grader tires

    A few years ago...while I was doing a search for the 10.00x24 grader tires,...I came across a web site out of Florida that could supply the tires...from China...The only thing was...you had to take a shipping container full...Needless to say,...that was more money than I had, and more tires than I could use or sell off...
    Try a search...
    Also, Nebraska Tires was very helpful...Might be they have some fresh ideas...
    I'm going to shift to the rims on my cat 112 grader...They'll work...and take the 11.2x24 AG tires...
    Best of Luck in your search...
    Respy, CarlsCat...

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    Default Grader tires

    Still looking

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    Default 12L - 24's

    I have a set of (4) 12L - 24's is they would work.

    Let me know.

    Ken

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