Water is really fine in those conditions - you could add a little rust inhibitors to keep the rims from rusting over the years or tube the tires.How good or bad an idea is it to fill tires with water?
The dealer is asking way too much money to fill them with water and sealant
I am in central Texas, so I don't have too much of a worry about freezing
Considering you haven't said what tractor your dealing with, and the price and situations for filling the tires varies allot, this will be a shot in the dark.My property is still pretty raw; cedar stump's and lots of surface limestone. Nothing too sharp
No super heavy loader work, more box blading rocks and pulling stumps
Would you prefer just sealant in tires or filling for ballast?
Got tractor supply near by?I'm assuming the diy kit to fill the tires uses a water hose...
How is antifreeze added?
I know your post is 2 weeks old, but I don't get around much.Simple,, 80 percent water, 20 percent the new enviro frindly antifreeze. Does not rust the wheels and does not harm ground and does not freeze and does not harm animals if you spring a leak. Go 70 - 30 a little farther north.