Tractor Tires

Getting the best tractor tires

Some of the most important parts of your farm equipment are your tractor tires. Faulty tractor tires can turn your tractor into another chore, rather than the useful tool it's supposed to be. When you're dealing with farm tractor tires, you're dealing with issues of safety and efficiency, whether it's keeping them well-maintained and fully inflated, or properly using accessories such as tractor tire chains.

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The right tire can make or break a day out on the tractor, so you should be especially careful when you're buying, particularly if you're buying used tractor tires. While it can be a great way to save some cash, buying used means that you need to be particularly vigilant when you're shopping. Watch for defects such as cracks and leaks, and beware of anything that has already been retreaded or is over five years old.

Tractor Tire Wholesalers

Tractor tire wholesalers are a great option, especially if you own several tractors and will be buying tires more frequently than a small farm owner. You can find great deals when you shop for tractor tires wholesale.

However, if you choose to shop wholesale, you're going to have to put more effort into your purchase. Most wholesalers purchase their tires directly from the manufacturer and deal with large volumes. You may find yourself scouring a warehouse looking for the right tire, or you may have to compromise on the type or brand name of tire you purchase.

This doesn't mean that you should rule out wholesalers. By cutting out the middleman, you can find some great deals on tires. Considering how expensive tractor tires can be, every dime counts!

Tires for All Your Farm Machinery

Maintaining the tires on any farm machinery is particularly important. If the tires aren't working properly, you won't be either. Even worse, an unreliable tractor tire can leave you stuck out in the field and cut into the careful schedule most farmers follow when it comes to caring for crops and animals.

To maintain your tires, keep a schedule of rotation, make visual inspections regularly (especially when the tires aren't in use) and keep tires filled to the proper pressure.