As a farmer or rancher, your agricultural equipment is integral to your livelihood. That’s why Tirecraft offers farmers and ranchers across the country a wide assortment of tractor tires, agricultural tires, and services. Our experts are also here for you, and will guide you every step of the way as you select the right options for your vehicle.
When you stop into your local Tirecraft, you’re going to find agricultural tires for:
- Tractor tires
- Combine tires
- Sprayer tires
- Trailer tires
- And more!
We’re proud to call our rural farming communities home, and we understand the needs of farmers and ranchers across our country. So whether you’re tending to narrow crop rows or looking for flotation, you’ll find the right agricultural tires and tractor tires for the job at Tirecraft.
Choosing the Agricultural Tires for You
There is a lot to consider when purchasing tractor tires and other agricultural tires. Everything from the quality of the soil the tires will be used on to the specific ways they will be used needs to be considered. For example, if you use your vehicle to carry around large equipment, you’ll want to choose a tire that can handle a heavier load and offers increased resistance.
Choosing undersized tires or the wrong size tires for your equipment can result in a number of issues, including:
- Poor traction
- Reduced fuel economy
- Increased soil compaction
The professionals at your local commercial Tirecraft store and service centre can provide you with the expert advice you need to find the right agricultural tires for your needs, as well as assess and assist with any concerns you may have.
Bias Ply or Radial Agricultural Tires?
Both bias ply tires and radial tires have their advantages depending on your specific requirements. The best options for you will simply come down to your needs and what is important to you as a farmer.
Bias Ply Tires
- Operate at lower speeds
- Offer superior grip
- Have durable sidewalls that are less prone to damage from the inevitable rocks and stumps you will encounter on the farm or ranch.
In general, bias tires are also less expensive than their radial counterparts.
- Smoother overall ride
- Longer tread life
- Run at lower air pressure
- Less soil compaction
While radial tires are more expensive upfront, it’s possible that this cost can be offset by their overall longevity.
Let Tirecraft Help you Find the Right Agricultural or Tractor Tires for Your Needs
At Tirecraft, we provide farmers with the best tractor tires in the industry. We offer many tractor tire options from top brands, including:
- And more!
Do you have questions about the agricultural or tractor tires that are right for your equipment? The experts at your local Tirecraft can help. Whether you’re looking for general advice or want more information on a specific set of tires, our experts have the answers you’re looking for. Contact us today!