2001 B7500 bought in 2008 with calcium chloride in both front and rear tires. Of course hindsight is always 2020 but I really should have removed it when I bought the tractor back then. The rear wheels are starting to look really bad. Also the rear tires are out of round and is really noticeable going down the road. The front tires have some noticeable wear on them but the wheels look great from the outside. The main two questions I have are: Have any of you guys been able to salvage wheels that look this bad from the outside? Once the beads are broken there's no going back if they are not. I like to plan if possible. It saves money. The other question is am I overlooking another option for a rear turf tire than a Goodyear Softrac? These things are pricey. Looking at $1,000ish for a pair.