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    Put a tube in the tyre, take the valve out and keep the cap. Use a garden hose, when the weight is right put the cap on.
    I think I'm a lil confused....so is that a way of pumping water into the tire to make it heavier?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwave View Post
    I think I'm a lil confused....so is that a way of pumping water into the tire to make it heavier?
    Yes, put the hose over the valve stem and turn the tap on. 1 gallon of water weighs 10lb. A 14" tyre with tube will make more weight then you need

    The wheels on a tractor tyre are filled with water as a means of getting the power to the ground, without water it will simply spin and bury itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sady View Post
    Yes, put the hose over the valve stem and turn the tap on. 1 gallon of water weighs 10lb. A 14" tyre with tube will make more weight then you need

    The wheels on a tractor tyre are filled with water as a means of getting the power to the ground, without water it will simply spin and bury itself.
    I see. Thank you for the explanation.

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