Category Archives: Solid Tires

Skid Steer Tires and Terrain Applications

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Types of Skid steer tires, their terrain applications and what you should know Skid steer loaders are versatile, high-performing machines, well-suited for a wide range of operations including landscaping, construction, mining, and excavation. A skid steer loader’s performance is directly impacted by the type of skid steer tires used. The type of tires used on […]

Types of Skid Steer Solid Tire Aperture Hole Designs

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Types of skid steer solid tire aperture hole designs, and what you need to know Solid tires are the go-to industrial tires for rugged applications including demolition, mining, construction, and recycling. These tires offer maximum puncture resistance and are 100% flat-proof – due to their layers of durable, tough rubber – which translates to minimal […]

How Are Solid Tires Secured to a Rim?

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How Are Solid Tires Secured to a Rim And What You Should Know Solid skid steer tires are popularly used in a wide range of applications, including construction, agriculture, and demolition because they are flat-proof and highly resilient. They are also wear-resistant and boast a much longer service life than their pneumatic counterparts A solid rubber […]

Solid Tire Rubber Compounds – What’s the Difference?

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Solid tire rubber compounds – why they may be a good option for your machine Solid tires are the go-to tires for demanding industrial applications. They boast a long service life and high durability, especially when compared with their air-filled and foam-filled pneumatic counterparts. They are also 100% flat-proof, unlike air-filled pneumatic tires. Solid skid […]

Skid Steer Tire Cost Factors (solid or pneumatic)

COST FACTORS FOR SOLID SKID STEER TIRES General Skid Steer Tire Cost Factors and what to choose – solid or pneumatic tires? When deciding between solid or pneumatic tires for your skid steer, consider and compare the costs associated with equipping your skid steer with either option. Usually, the instinct is to go with tires […]