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Marathon 15×6.50-6″ Flat Free Tire on Wheel, 3″ Hub, 3/4″ Bearings

Marathon 15×6.50-6″ Flat Free Tire on Wheel, 3″ Hub, 3/4″ Bearings


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Marathon 15x6.50-6" Flat Free Tire on Wheel, 3" Hub, 3/4" Bearings

Marathon 15x6.50-6
  • 15" tire diameter; rated at 500 lbs.
  • Common as the front tire of a riding lawnmower
  • Turf Tire Tread
  • Flat free tire made of lightweight, durable solid polyurethane
  • Mounted on a 3" centered rim with standard 3/4" ball bearings
Turf tread tire on a 3"-Inch centered rim with Precision 3/4"-Inch ball bearings. The perfect tire for your riding lawnmower.

Precio de lista: $ 79.99 Precio: $ 54.99

Marathon 9x3.50-4" Flat Free Tire on Wheel, 4" Centered Hub, 3/4" Bearings

Marathon 9x3.50-4
  • 9x3.50-4" Tire. 9.3" Tire Diameter. 3.3" Tire Width.
  • Flat Free Tire made of solid, polyurethane foam. Non-marking. Smooth Tread.
  • 4" Centered Hub. 3/4" Precision Ball Bearings.
  • Designed for zero-turn lawnmowers and other equipment.
  • 300 lb load capacity. Not for highway use.
This smooth tread, flat free tire is designed for the front caster on zero turn mowers and other equipment. Marathon Flat Free tires provide the bounce and load handling characteristics similar to an air-filled tire with the benefit of never going flat.

Precio de lista: $ 23.99 Precio: $ 22.19

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What customers say about Marathon 15×6.50-6″ Flat Free Tire on Wheel, 3″ Hub, 3/4″ Bearings?

  1. 19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Cheap, June 26, 2014
    By 
    Dave

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    This review is from: Marathon 9×3.50-4″ Flat Free Tire on Wheel, 4″ Centered Hub, 3/4″ Bearings (Lawn & Patio)
    OK… I’m gonna share some insight after buying these tire and wheel combo’s for my finish mower. I receive the new tire/wheel combo’s and was very happy with the price. An exact replacement from the company who makes my finisher mower wanted more than 2x the price Amazon was selling them for… and I now know why. The original tires were Carlisle and these are Marathon.

    This (Marathon) tire is (probably) foamed filled and my other tire was solid. This wheel is stamped steel and my other was welded and heavier. This wheel came with cheap wheel bearings my other had better quality. In addition when I first check the bearings on the new wheels they seemed «rough» to me, so I removed them from the new wheels and checked. First thing I noticed was the bearing is sealed even on the inside… but the hub has a grease fitting. So call me assuming but how does the grease get into a bearing that’s sealed? So I remove the inner seal and noticed no grease in the bearing and the roller cage does not fit the rollers properly so I fixed that also… roughness gone. Then I noticed the grease fitting is bent on the inside of the hub where it extends through to the hub cavity… well it seems our Chinese craftsmen drilled the hole to close to the bearing seat and when the bearing was installed it hits the grease fitting… and probably bent the roller cage. I remove the grease fitting and cut off part of the thread so the bearing will seat all the way.
    I bought two of these but only one had issues (rough) with the bearings but I still had to remove the inner bearing seals from the second wheel. The grease fitting on the second wheel did not hit the bearing.
    The price is right but the quality is wrong. I went cheap and got what I asked for.

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  2. 2.0 out of 5 stars
    Just not quite the same as the photo, or the specs, May 6, 2017
    By 
    gewf631 (Chicago-area, IL USA) –

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    This review is from: Marathon 9×3.50-4″ Flat Free Tire on Wheel, 4″ Centered Hub, 3/4″ Bearings (Lawn & Patio)
    Had a flat on my zero-turn, so went out on a limb (after reading the reviews).

    It is a flat free tire on wheel, so that part is correct.
    It is exactly 4″ from outside of bearing to outside of bearing, with a 3/4″ I.D., so that part is also correct.

    But, the bearings are only about a half inch deep, so not sure if the 300lb. capacity rating is appropriate (the wheel and tire should hold, but the bearings are questionable). In my case, the OEM hubs have needle bearings (distributing the weight across the entire hub), the shaft looks brand new (instead of wearing on that half-inch surface).
    They also appear to be sealed bearings, so no idea why there’s a cheap plastic dust cap on the outside, and a grease zerk for the inside.

    I REALLY wanted these to work, especially since they’re half (or better) than the price of direct replacements (I was looking for JD AM11510). I think they’d be excellent for hand trucks. But for a mower deck, I don’t see those bearings holding-up.

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  3. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Flat Free Tires for Toro 42″ Timesaver Zero Turn Mower., March 7, 2016
    By 
    jj1946 (Bellingham,Wa.) –

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Marathon 9×3.50-4″ Flat Free Tire on Wheel, 4″ Centered Hub, 3/4″ Bearings (Lawn & Patio)
    Purchased a pair of these flat free tires to replace my 8 year old Toro 42″ Timsaver Zero Turn Mower front tires which had way too many flats! Got tired of constantly adding air to these old tires each mowing season! While I’m losing around an inch of diameter on these flat fee tires verses my old 4.10/ 3.50- 4 tires, I can easily compensate for tire diameter differences by adjusting mower deck height. Since my old tires used 3/4″ od x 1/2″ id x 4″ long spacer bushings to secure the tires to the mower front end with 1/2″ dia. x 5″ long bolts, I ended up buying 2 similar bushings (old bushings worn too much) from Amazon which fitted perfectly inside the new marathon flat free tires. Looking forward to trying out these new tires this mowing season & will update this review if I have problems.
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