jkwilson":2ctgupf9 said:Turn it inside out. :help:
Running Arrow Bill":2arf94dj said:jkwilson":2arf94dj said:Turn it inside out. :help:
Holy Sheeet!! Talk about a HARD to do job! Considering the strength of rubber tires would definitely not be a job for an amateur and/or someone without some powerful hydraulic equipment.
On other hand, my naive guess would be that one would have to cut thru one or two sidewalls in order for the casing to have enough "give" to turn inside/out.
That is the way I have done it for years on a car tire or truck tire. Then I nail a couple of 2x6's or 2x8's on the backside of it and they make a great feeder or place to put a salt block.iowafarmer":uk1ra4m5 said:our local co-op does it from where ag tires are bought, costs about 20 or 30 bucks, yes one side wall has to be cut out that side will be up the other side will be down. tires work ok for feeding silage or loose feed, not the best for hay since there is lots of waste, if you have them in with bulls you will have to turn a lot of tires as bulls use them as paly toys and will push the sides in and some what turn the tire back. pretty durable tho, dont rust, dont sink into the ground really in mud, check with who ever deals with large ag tires in your area if they do it and on the price.