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How to fill tractor tires with fluid?

You need to fill the tire with liquid to get the air out of it.

How do I know how much fluid my tractor will take?

It depends on the size and type of your tractor, but you can use the rule of thumb: put at least one ounce for every inch in width or height between each row of tires. For example, if you have a tractor that is four inches tall, you will need to put at least four ounces of fluid.

To fill the tires with liquid, open the valve on the top and pour in enough until it starts coming out from inside the tire. You'll usually be able to feel when this happens because there are no more air bubbles left.