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Tractor Tire Tubes

 

Tractor tire tubes are mounted and inflated inside some tractor tires to maintain air pressure, inflate the casing and support the vehicle weight. Tires that require a tire tube are commonly found on farm equipment. Tire Tubes also prevent air leakage, and are sometimes used to extend the life of a tubeless tire when there is a small leak.

Some tires require the use of tractor tire tubes

Tires that require a tire tube are denoted with the letters TT after the size.

Find the right tractor tire tube

Tractor tire tubes will often fit more than one different tire size,

so it is always best to consult an expert before you buy.

 

Call the tractor tire tube experts at Ken Jones Tires

  1-877-862-1283

 

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Farm tire tubes are available in many tires sizes, but not all tires sizes. For a full selection of tractor tire tube sizes, click here.

Tires containing inner tubes have many benefits over tubeless tires. If the bead (the seam between the tire and wheel rim) is broken on a tubeless tire, all the air rushes out. However, a tire with a tube will usually be unaffected by a small leak.

  •  Tubeless tires that will not hold air can easily be converted into tubed tires.

Each tube size may fit up to four or more tire sizes.

There is a real lack of tire tube information available, so we would like to give you a quick breakdown of farm tire tubes as well as the do’s and don’ts when buying tubes for farm tires.

Do’s:

  • Installing  tubes to prevent rim leaks.
  • Installing tubes may help prevent tire bead popping off wheel.
  • Some tires are Tube Type which means you have to install a tube.
  • Tubes may help with air loss due to cold temperatures.
  • Always install new tubes in new tires…old tubes grow.
  • It’s ok to install radial tubes in bias tires.
  • Always check tire for foreign material before installing tube.

 

Don’ts:

  • Don’t Install oversized tubes…they will crease and fail.
  • Don’t install undersized tubes…the valve stem may rip from the tube.
  • Don’t install tube in tire with sidewall cracking
  • Don’t install tube to fix larger than pin size holes
  • Never install used tubes in new tires…old tubes grow.
  • Never install bias tubes in radial tires
  • Don’t install  tubes in tires with plug-type repairs.

There are lots of factors to consider when replacing tubes in farm tires…

It’s always best call a specialty tire expert and ask help when buying tire tubes.  You want to make sure you buy the right tube for your farm tire.

Find the right tractor tire tube

 

Tire Tube installation is easy and requires only basic tools and few steps. Installing a tire tube is the same process for both tubed and tubeless tires.

To Read more about How to Install  Tractor Tire Tubes, click here.

 

Tire Tubes can also:

 

  • be used with old tires that are cracked and slow leak, provided the cracks aren’t big enough to pinch the tube.
  • allow you to fill tires with liquid without fear of the rims rusting due to constant exposure to the solution used to fill them. The rims will get some fluid on them if the tube gets punctured, but its usually not exposed to it long enough to be of concern..
  • allow you to run very low tire pressures with no fear of the bead unseating, something that is often desirable in low traction conditions..

Find the right tractor tire tube

 

Call the tractor tire tube experts at Ken Jones Tires, today!

 

Video: Tire Tube For Tractor Tires | How To Choose | 1-877-844-2010

http://www.KenJones.com Tractor tire tubes are available in many tires sizes, but not all tires sizes. Each tube size may fit up to four or more tire sizes. There is a real lack of tire tube information available, so we would like to give you a quick breakdown of tractor tire tubes as well as the dos and don'ts when buying tubes for tractor tires. Do's: • Installing tubes to prevent rim leaks. • Installing tubes may help prevent tire bead popping off wheel. • Some tires are Tube Type which means you have to install a tube. • Tubes may help with air loss due to cold temperatures. • Always install new tubes in new tires...old tubes grow. • It's ok to install radial tubes in bias tires. • Always check tire for foreign material before installing tube. Don'ts: • Don't Install oversized tubes...they will crease and fail. • Don't install undersized tubes...the valve stem may rip from the tube. • Don't install tube in tire with sidewall cracking...see above. • Don't install tube to fix larger than pin size holes...see above • Never install used tubes in new tires...old tubes grow. • Never install bias tubes in radial tires • Don't install tubes in tires with plug-type repairs. It's always best call a specialty tire expert and ask help when buying tire tubes. You want to make sure you buy the right tube for your tractor tire. For more helpful tractor tire tips, check out our blog: http://kenjonestiresblog.com/ For the latest information on tractor tires, find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SpecialtyTireandTireChainExperts Ken Jones Tires Google + https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/102743290140340429707/102743290140340429707/about Call us today at 1-877-844-2010 73 Chandler Street Worcester, MA 01609 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hORi_m7hTk0&feature=youtu.be Ken Jones Tires