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Agricultural equipment tire loading and inflation pressures


, : Agricultural equipment tire loading and inflation pressures. ASAE Standards ( 36): 241-249

Tables are presented for agricultural tyres used on field equipment; data are expressed in SI metric units and in pound, inch units.

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