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Get T-87 (90 degree) stems. Get the heavy duty butyl tubes.  If you have 6.00-6 tires get the Monster Tread tire 6 ply. No 8 ply.

If you have the 4.00-6 tires make therm 6 ply.

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27 minutes ago, Tom Baker said:

Bill, do they carry the smaller 4.00x6 tires?

I don’t think so. When I inquired about my 6.00x6, I recall him saying that. That is a drawback for sure.

It has been a couple of years since I talked to them, so by now, maybe they started carrying them. I would give them a call.

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4 hours ago, Ed Cesnalis said:

I like the Aero Trainers better than the Monster Tread. Not for wear but for better looks.

Because it looks good. That's it I'm sending the police over to untie and let the real ED out of the closet.😆

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6 hours ago, WmInce said:

I don’t think so. When I inquired about my 6.00x6, I recall him saying that. That is a drawback for sure.

It has been a couple of years since I talked to them, so by now, maybe they started carrying them. I would give them a call.

The smaller 4.00x6 tire that most CT owners use is a Aero Classic tire. I believe Aero Classic is Desser owned manufacturing company. I find that going direct to the source is normally less expensive that buying through a middle man.

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On 11/23/2018 at 1:40 PM, Roger Lee said:

Get T-87 (90 degree) stems. Get the heavy duty butyl tubes.  If you have 6.00-6 tires get the Monster Tread tire 6 ply. No 8 ply.

If you have the 4.00-6 tires make therm 6 ply.

Got a part number or something for that tube?  I looked around the desser site but wasn’t sure how to find it. 

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He has the 4.00x6 all around. 4.00x6 Aero classic 6 ply tire. 4.00x6 Leak guard tube with T87 stem. You might ask if they can check the balance on the tires before they send them out.

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If you buy from Desser, do have them check the balance.  I asked them to do this last time I bought a front tire but not sure they did check it.  No marks on tire to show heavy spot and it took a lot of weight to balance it.

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14 hours ago, Ben2k9 said:

Got a part number or something for that tube?  I looked around the desser site but wasn’t sure how to find it. 

For the 4.00-6 tires, search for tube size 13/500-6.  You’ll find both the heavy duty and regular tubes.  Pick the HD. 

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