Rib Implement

Implement and Wagon Farm Tires

Implement Tires- Rib Implement I-1, Traction Implement I-3

 

Farm Implement, Flotation Rib and Lug Tires

Implement tires generally refer to the tires found on tow behind farm implements such as hay wagons, planting and tilling equipment.
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 tire. Make sure the tire is rated for the load you are putting on it. Traction road usage and surface considerations also factor into your purchase.

As with all the products we sell, at Ken Jones Tires we want to make it EASY to find the right tire for your specific equipment and needs. If you have any questions while searching, remember we are always just a phone call away and encourage you to call us!

Call 1-877-862-1283

Popular Farm Implement & Wagon Tires

BKT Rib Implement
Carlisle I-1
Titan Flotation I-1

Factors to Consider When Choosing Implement Tires

  • Speed Rating
  • Load Capacity
  • Tread Design
  • Radial vs. Bias

 

Buy Rib Implement Farm Tires I-1, Traction Implement I-3, Flotation Tires & Lug Tires by size below:

 

400×9 25x750x15 600×16 35x1900x16.1
900×10 27x950x15 650×16 15.0/55×17
10.0/80×12 9.5Lx15 750×16 750×18
400×12 1000×15 900×16 12.5/80×18
26x12x12 11Lx15 11Lx16 750×20
9.5Lx14 12.5Lx15 12.5Lx16 38x1800x20
11Lx14 31x1350x15 13.50×16.1 750×24
500×15 31x1550x15 14Lx16.1 900×24
590×15 33x1250x15 16.5Lx16.1 11.25×24
670×15 10.0/75×15.3 19Lx16.1 15.5/80×24
760×15 11.5/80×15.3 21.5Lx16.1

 

Our farm tire experts are just a phone call away! Ken Jones Tires has over 75 years in the Farm and Ag Tire industry.

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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.Call the experts at Ken Jones Tires with over 75 years of experience in the farm tire and rib implement tire industry!

More Tips to Help you through the Confusion of Buying Implement Tires

Implement tires, also called rib implements or flotation tires, are farm tires that go by many different names. To clear up some of the confusion to help you find what you need, let’s break them down into categories:

I-1, also referred to as “wagon tires,” “rib imp,” and “farm flotation tires.” These are multi-ribbed implement tires with high
floatation and multiple ribs. These ribs prevent slippage by providing extra grip and maintaining directional stability.

HF-1 are also multi-ribbed implement tires: They are similar to the I-1 but have a flatter profile which offers a wider footprint. This wider footprint allows heavy load weight to be distributed across the larger footprint. HF-1 tires are also available in different tread patters for other applications.

I-2 Flotation Implement tires, are also referred to as R3 tires.
This knobby style, turf type of tread pattern, is used for swather’s and pull -type wagons.

I-3 Traction Implement tires, are also referred to as R1, or bar type tires. They can also used for swather’s, or a power-driven type implement. They have lugs that provide traction for self cleaning and stability.

FI Multi Ribbed Implement tires are for Hi-speed uses. F1 tires have the same features as a I-1, but are rated for highway service speeds. These tires are designed for transporting implements and wagons at highway speeds. Free rolling, highway speed towed implements.

I-F Improved Flexion Tires are designed for tractors with HI horse power. They typically can carry up to 20% more weight
capacity, at a lower air pressure,which will reduce soil compaction.

Other Implement Terms or Markings:

SL refers to service limited or low section width. This refers to the speed rating of an implement tire at a maximum speed of 25mph.

L refers to Low Section Width

TL designates tires can be used without a tube.

TT designates that tire requires the use of a tube.

At Ken Jones Tires, we make it EASY to BUY implement tires online!