Tractor Tires?


Farm tractors usually take two different sizes of tires. They have a much smaller one up front and very large ones in the back. The front ones are used for steering. They normally come with some kind of ribbing on them for easier steering in soft soil. Rear tractor trailers are lug-type design that come in many different designs. They have long bar, short bar, and different degrees of lug. They are large and heavily treaded for good traction and pulling in dirt.
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1. Scratch the sidewall free of dust and sun damage and analyze the inner lip of the tire to locate the tire model number. If you can't find the tire model number, go onto the next
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In the case or semi tractor trailer; it was to add more surface area in order to spread out the weight per square inch on the ground. In the case of farm tractor tires; it is like
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