TYRES for a DB 2D

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TYRES for a DB 2D

Post by cobbadog » Tue Oct 09, 2018 12:24 am

Recently db2d asked about sourcing some new rear tyres for a DB 2D. I was talking to a mate last night who has recently purcheased tyres that suit. He initially asked one of the bigger tyre suppliers in our area and they laughed. But after doing a Google search on 600 x 22 tyres he found that only Vintage tyre suppliers can supply the new tyres which are now identified as being 720 x 22 which is the new way of identifying tyres and is normally associated with radial tyre descriptions.
So try doing the same thing or contact vintage tyre suppliers as they seem to be the only ones that can source them so far. Apparently this new identification size is the same dimensions as the originals.
Hope this helps !

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Re: TYRES for a DB 2D

Post by GeoffDEAL » Tue Oct 09, 2018 2:10 am

Hi cobbadog i also had a look at tyres for the 2D, there originally was an optional rear of 8.00 - 24 , in the UK there are available slightly wider 9.5 -22 Bridgestone FSLM at 174.00 pounds and Malhotra MRT329 at 184.32 pounds both from All Terrain Tyres UK but ones still working on inter row cultivation would probably need the narrrow tyres or change rim size to wheel centers.

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