Choosing the Right Backhoe Tire

Choosing the Right Backhoe Tire


choosing the right backhoe tire
what you need to know before you buy before you buy a backhoe tire you should know:
tire size Ply Rating or load capacity Tread design and weight requirements the tire size is located on the sidewall of the tractor and are usually two sets of numbers- tire width (sidewall to sidewall) and rim diameter if it’s sixteen point nine X twenty-four
that means that your tire is sixteen point nine inches wide and the rim diameter is 24 inches if the tyre is biased they will be
an “X” before the 24 and if the tire is radial, there will be an “R” before the 24 the ply rating is located of the sidewall of the tire the ply rating is located on the sidewall of the tire the size of the backhoe and the work load determine the weight requirements or ply rating of the tires many backhoe tires come in 6 ply and up to 12 ply ratings… the higher the ply rating, the more weight carry capacity of the tire most backhoe tires have an R-4 tread design, which has a thick directional cleat pattern if you operate on hard surfaces such as asphalt there are HS surface non-directional treads that last longer, but cost more Ken Jones Tires carries a great selection of backhoe tire brands, including: Goodyear, Titan, BKT, and Galaxy Our backhoe experts are here to help! Call 1-877-844-2010 Today!

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