AG Tractor Tires
Agriculture is the most important industry in any economy. With the advent of science and
technology, many inventions are being made in order to ease and facilitate faster and more efficient agricultural
production. For farm owners, it is mandatory to replace the tractor tires after every few years to enhance the
performance of the vehicle.
Tractor is one of the most important vehicles used in the process. It’s very important that the parts used in the
tractors and other agricultural vehicles must be of good quality. Reliability and durability is of prime
importance. Tractor tires- front and rears, combine tires, grain cart and diamond tread, implement tires, pivot
tires etc. are used in agricultural vehicles. Good quality tires enhance the performance and make the tractor look
Other equipments which are used on the farm include farm tractor, farm wagon, forklift, backhoe, loader and many
other specialty equipment applications. All these vehicles should have AG tires which are of supreme quality.
Tire manufacturers extend attractive deals and promotions to their dealers which are further passed on to the
customers. Before heading out to buy AG Tires, one must survey and access the land carefully. Type
of AG Tires would definitely depend on the type of soil. The frequency of use, land texture-whether gravel, sandy,
wet or dry would make a difference. Efficient quality and reasonable price is the prime concern of any buyer.
Buying AG Tires is not a cheap investment. One must set a budget and decide on a price for the tires and stick to
it. As there are lot of choices available in the market, one may get influenced and end up paying a high price for
the tire-replacement. One must decide on the purchase on the basis of one’s requirements and budget only.
The first decision which one needs to make is whether to buy radial or bias tires. The latter costs less than the
former and is appropriate if the tractor is seldom used. If hauling and pulling is all that the tractor does and
it’s a significantly old vehicle, bias tires work just fine. On the other hand, radial tires have a larger
footprint than bias tires. These tires are an optimum choice when the tractor is used for heavy duty work and is
operated on roads and tilling jobs. As it offers better traction, they are more stable and do not sway or slip.
In Radials, one has an option between R-1 and R-1 W tires. The latter has more inter-lug space and has a deeper
tread. It works well on wet ground and is quite difficult to run on dry and hard ground. These tires are primarily
manufactured and imported from Europe. Purchasing AG tires is definitely a wise and well-thought of decision and
one must take it prudently.