13.6/13.9x36, 13.6x38 Tire Reliner

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Get extra hours out of tires normally scrapped due to exposed inside cords, breaks, cuts or weather cracking.
Here's how they work:
About 1/4" thick, reliners add 4-6 plies of tire cord material to inside of tire. Reliners cover side of tire to within 1 to 2 inches of bead, except for 6" and 8" diameters which only cover tread area.
Pressure of the inner tube holds RELINER in place.
Tire Reliner Installation Instructions...
1. Each reliner has two half-moon pieces (length may vary with size of tire).
2. Simply squeeze reliner together and slide into tire.
3. Repeat process with second piece. Lap one end over and one end under for best fit.
4. Install tube. For best results encase good tube with old tube to reduce chafing by reliner. Do this by cutting valve stem off old tube and split tube around inside circumference.
WARNING: Reliner and cement for off road use only.
Fits Tire Sizes:
13.9x36, 13.6x38

2014 Master Catalog: Page 620

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4.0

[...]appears to be very good

By Fresh

from DL, ND.

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Comments about 13.6/13.9x36, 13.6x38 Tire Reliner:

much cheaper than replacing the tire,

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5.0

Saved hundred of dollars,

By old tractor gal

from Basin, WY

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      Comments about 13.6/13.9x36, 13.6x38 Tire Reliner:

      We saved hundreds of dollars by using the reliner instead of buying a new tire for our tractor. in fact the tires we need are not readily available. by using the reliner the tractor is still usable and has been on the mower and bale wagon all summer.

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