Anyone have Two Yamaha Golf Cart used tires. >> 205/65/10??

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Old 09-12-2023, 11:32 AM
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Default Anyone have Two Yamaha Golf Cart used tires. >> 205/65/10??

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Old 09-12-2023, 07:45 PM
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I replied on your other post. Golf cart tires are not unique to the golf cart, unless you also need the rims which MIGHT be unique to a brand of cart. I believe I suggested you contact some of the used golf cart dealers for used tires. You will need a way to remove old tires and install your used tires, this usually requires specialized tools.
I have no idea why you are after used tires, but I would just get a set of new tires and have these mounted. One of the mobile golf cart services may be able to do this for you.
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If you’re going or mount them yourself better hope you got steel rims (steel rims has thin bead) Alloy rims has thick bead makes them very very near impossible hard to get on and off by hand. Let along getting the bead to break. Harbor freight makes manual tire fixture that works well if it’s bolted to floor. Still not for frail though.
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