Farm Tractor Tires
Farm Tractor Tires from Ken Jones Tires, Your Farm Tire Specialists.
Farm Tractor Tires are our specialty! Ken Jones Tires offers 75 years of experience in the Farm and Agricultural Tire Industry. Choosing the right Farm tractor tire depends on many different factors. Besides the size of the tractor tire, soil compaction, fuel economy, traction requirements, and weight of the equipment all need to be considered before you purchase. Farm tractor tires also come in both bias ply and radial. Bias ply farm tractor tires tend to be less expensive than radial farm tractor tires, but radial farm tractor tires offer a much smoother ride, longer tread life, and less soil compaction. We carry a full selection of Titan, Goodyear, Carlisle, BKT, Alliance, OTR, and Starmaxx Tires.
Ken Jones Tires also offers a huge selection of hay wagon tires, manure spreader tires and other implement farm tires.
Not sure what you need? Our farm tire experts are here to help.
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"You are top notch. From the sale to the follow ups and the product that was delivered. Most companies would ship the tire folded and you shipped it perfectly. I installed the tire and it's all set. Thank you and yes I will use your site again and let my friends know about you also!"
Keith, New Haven, CT
Many farm tractor tires also require a tire tube. This is usually designated by a TT next to the tire size. For our full line of tire tubes, click here.
Agricultural Tires require durability, quality and versatility for your hard working machines.
We carry the best selection of tube type and tube less front tractor tires. In stock, ready to be shipped to your door!
R-1 Agricultural tires are general all purpose rear tractor tires. They can be used in a variety of conditions and applications due to the multi-angle long bar design. 2WD, MFWD and 4WD tractors have significant differences in the ways they are used and how hard they are worked. Work application (such as row crop vs. open field), soil type and amount of usage that will determine tractor tire needs.
Rib implement I-1, Traction Implement I-3, Flotation Tires & Lug Tires
Today's implement tires aren't just bigger, wider, and heavier, they often have to cover more distance on the road at higher speeds. Generally, implement tires are specified by the equipment manufacturer to carry the load of the implement, but often times the owner may have added an aftermarket tank, sideboards or extra attachments that add weight to the implement.. So make sure you weigh the implement BEFORE choosing the right implement tire. You need to make sure the tire is rated for the load you are putting on it.
Large Turf & Diamond Tread R-3
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What factors should be considered when choosing a tractor tire?
Along with tractor type, there are other considerations when choosing the right tractor tire.
- Expected time of ownership
- hours of use per year
- type of use
- tractor age
- tractor type
- soil types
- tillage practices
- distance and frequency of road use
- pavement vs. gravel surface use
Not sure where to start in making a tractor tire purchase?
Watch the video below to get you on the right track to making the right decision. Don't forget- we are just a phone call away if you have any questions.
Bias vs. Radial Tires
Choosing bias vs. radial tires is not always a clear decision. That is why we are happy to talk to you first to help you make the right decision.
Don't want to read all this? Watch the video below to help you make the right decision.
When choosing the right tire for your tractor, you have to look at your decision as an investment not a purchase. Deciding on bias vs radial tires is a big decision and requires some thought. Since you will be using your tractor for multiple tasks around your property, work conditions and load capacity become important factors to consider when deciding on which tire best fits your needs. Some tractor attachments add thousands of additional pound to the load, so most importantly, you must have tires that can carry the load. Did your current tires on your tractor perform well in terms of traction, wear, ride and overall value? Many times bias tires perform to your expectations and are priced less than radials. Radial tractor tires, on the other hand, can help improve traction, ride comfort soil compaction and tread life. You can also run them at lower air pressure and can get about 10 -- 15% improved traction over bias tires, saving you fuel and improving efficiency. Price wise, radials cost quite a bit more than bias so you have to weigh the increased price, performance and efficiency of radial tires. Every tractor owner has their own opinions as to which tractor tire is better, and it is usually based on their past tire experience. Some like bias and some prefer radials. It's always best to consult a tractor tire expert.
Important Safety Information for Farm Tires from Titan
Farm Tires require an exceptional diligence in regards to safety. These high powered machines and implements are moving faster and carrying heavier loads. Titan Tires has some great safety information on their main website. Finding the RIGHT tractor tire is the first step in keeping you safe while you operate your equipment. Proper inflation and weighting is another. For more information on Tractor and Farm Tire Safety, click here