Farming tyres are becoming increasingly technological, specialising to meet the specific needs of each of your activities. Whether you are driving a lot on the roads between your fields, transporting your harvest, working in the farmyard or mainly in the fields, your tyres need to perform
Farming tyres are becoming increasingly technological, specialising to meet the specific needs of each of your activities. Whether you are driving a lot on the roads between your fields, transporting your harvest, working in the farmyard or mainly in the fields, your tyres need to perform properly however you use them.
Regular inspection of your farm tyres will help you to maintain them, and...
The budget for replacing your tractor tyres can be greatly reduced, not by buying lower quality, discount agricultural tyres, but by inspecting your tyres regularly and understanding why they wear out so quickly.
Your tyres can wear down prematurely through a multitude of causes: incorrect wheel alignment, over or underinflation, overloading, incompatibility with machinery, etc.
There are many possible causes of wear to your agricultural tyres, some of the most frequent being geometric errors: it is these errors that lead to most rapid wear of the rubber in your tyres. To ensure your settings are spot-on, you must know how to establish whether it’s a problem of misalignment or camber and what the difference is between the two.
Regular check-ups will allow you to ...
After the main harvest, there is still a lot of work to do for many. Silage work, beetroot or potato harvests follow and represent periods of intense activity for you and your equipment. During these harvests, your trailers have to transport heavy loads and the harvesting machinery used is very heavy, which means that your tyres are under enormous pressure, thus accelerating wear and tear.
Soil preservation is one of your main concerns. To limit the impact of agricultural vehicle passage, a judicious choice of tyre together with the right tyre pressure adjustment are indispensable.But it is also very important to use…. tyres that are in good condition and that are not too worn.
You notice an abnormal wear to your tractor’s front tyres and plan to replace them. However, the first step might be to establish precisely why your front tyres have worn quicker than your back tyres. And if the cause of this wear wasn’t your use on the road or in the fields, nor the tractor tyre pressure settings, but simply a problem linked to mechanical devices? Here are the most frequent...