L3800 rear tire pressure.

Jsinus

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L3800
Aug 15, 2021
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3
3
California
The Titan Lug R1 tire size is 11-2-24. The Kubota load rating is @ 2500 lbs. The Titan psi site shows a choice of 18, 26,or 36psi. My rear tires are additionally weighted with water. Can anyone please recommend the correct pressure? Thank you !
 

85Hokie

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BX-25D ,PTB. Under Armor, '90&'92-B7100HST's, '06 BX1850 FEL
Jul 13, 2013
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Tire pressure does not change with "fluid" in them - so if you want a "cushy" ride go low..... if you are placing a lot of weight on the 3 point - bump it up to close to max.

tires are loaded between 70-75% thus leaving air in there to be pressurized

I hope in your neck of calf that it does not get below 32 - and you might want to add a rust inhibitor inside, then again CaCl took 40 years to rust out of rim, plain water will take a lot longer!
 

Sammy3700

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L3800HST,524Loader,BH77,Landplane,Disk,Mowers and more
Feb 20, 2012
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Red Springs, NC
I don’t have fluid in mine and run 14-15 psi with a Bh77 or at least 800lbs on the rear 3pth
 

Fladogman

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Feb 1, 2020
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Crawfordville Fl
I put the heaviest implement I have on it and filled it until there was just a slight round in the tire. I would guess close to 15 lbs but I never measured the actual pressure.
 

Roadworthy

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L2501 HST
Aug 17, 2019
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Benton City, WA
Fifteen pounds is about the normal rear tire pressure for most tractors. I believe most people fill their tires with beet juice or some derivative to be environmentally responsible and keep their tires from freezing. I think some use automotive windshield washer solution. Ask a couple of dealers, I just run air.
 

fried1765

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Kubota L48 TLB, Ford 1920 FEL, Ford 8N, SCAG Liberty Z, Gravely Pro.
Nov 14, 2019
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Eastham, Ma
Fifteen pounds is about the normal rear tire pressure for most tractors. I believe most people fill their tires with beet juice or some derivative to be environmentally responsible and keep their tires from freezing. I think some use automotive windshield washer solution. Ask a couple of dealers, I just run air.
Windshield washer fluid (rated for apropriate below freezing temp) is the cheapest by far, and you can do it yourself, with an adapter from TSC.
"Beet juice" is a bit heavier, but is more expensive than WW fluid, and must be done by a tire/tractor dealer.
I have WW fluid!
 

Flintknapper

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L2350DT
May 3, 2022
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996
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Deep East Texas
The Titan Lug R1 tire size is 11-2-24. The Kubota load rating is @ 2500 lbs. The Titan psi site shows a choice of 18, 26,or 36psi. My rear tires are additionally weighted with water. Can anyone please recommend the correct pressure? Thank you !
Is that tire a tubeless type? I am currently looking at replacing the rear tires on my tractor?