Skid Steer Tires – Solideal, Titan, Goodyear Pneumatics and Solids
At Tracks & Tires we offer a wide range of efficient, stable and reliable SOLIDEAL Construction Tires & Wheels providing you with several options to equip your machine. Whether your moving pallets within a warehouse, hauling sod for landscaping, or working at a demolition site, we’ll have the right skid steer tires and wheels for the job!
No need to worry about mounting your tires either! Customers who purchase both the wheel and tire and can relax knowing we can mount the tire to the wheel with no extra cost at the customers request. Also, customers who purchase new wheels have the option of painted wheels to match your machine. Now that’s quality service at it’s best!
Solideal has really focused on designing and manufacturing tires to meet your machine usage. Some of the key factors Solideal takes into consideration during the design process are:
- Best Skid Steer Tires
- Tire Life
- Cost Per Hour
- Puncture Resistance
- General Maintenance
- Energy Consumption
When you take into consideration the time, energy and care used to engineer and manufacture these quality products, there is seriously no reason to look elsewhere. And when your product is backed by a standard 5 YEAR MANUFACTURER WARRANTY, now that seals the deal! Download the Solideal Product Warranty PDF.
We encourage you to either call or request a quote from one of our knowledgeable, professional sales staff where we’ll take the time to evaluate and recommend the right product for your job.
Don’t know your skid steer tire size or wheelbase? Visit our Skid Steer Tire Size Chart to see your machines manufacturer specifications.
To download our Solideal Tire Catalog, click “Download The Solideal Tire Catalog PDF” for complete tire specifications.
Titan skid steer tires has a heritage of over 100 years in the off-road tire and wheel manufacturing business. Since Titan’s entrance into the skid steer tire market in 1993, they have evolved into a leading global supplier of complete wheel and tire assemblies for off-road machinery. Titan’s primary markets include agriculture, earth-moving/construction and consumer applications.
Strategic acquisitions have built Titan skid steer tires into a successful worldwide corporation serving the most respected names in the OEM industry. With that support Titan is expanding their focus in the off-road markets.
The world’s leading OEMs, including John Deere, AGCO, Case, New Holland, Caterpillar and Kubota, depend on Titan skid steer tires quality craftsmanship, unique tread designs and excellent durability for all types of off-road applications.
Titan is the only major skid steer tire manufacturer that focuses on off-road tire production and their manufacturing capability is highly diversified. Their plants are equipped to produce tires ranging in wheel diameter from six to forty-two inches. Applications include agricultural, construction, industrial and all terrain machines.
Goodyear maintains a wide skid steer tire range offering both agricultural and industrial tires in radial and bias construction for the OEM and aftermarket tire industry. A complete global supplier for more than 100 years, Goodyear has a long tradition and a wealth of tire expertise.
Backed by specially trained technicians and engineers, Goodyear’s research and development (R&D) continues to develop new lines of innovative and industrial tires.
Goodyear tires meet the demanding performance requirements of sophisticated machinery manufacturers, machine dealers,contractors, farmers and end-users.
Goodyear and tracksandtires.com understands the value and importance to our customers and are committed to delivering total customer satisfaction. We have a total understanding that without you, we have nothing!
What Is Tire Ply Rating And Why Is It Important To Know?
The load range or ply rating branded on a skid steers tire sidewall helps identify how much load the tire is designed to carry at its industry specified pressure. Passenger tires feature named load ranges while light truck tires use load ranges that ascend in alphabetical order (letters further along in the alphabet identify stronger tires that can withstand higher inflation pressures and carry heavier loads). Before load ranges were adopted, ply ratings and/or the actual number of carcass plies were used to identify the relative strength with higher numeric ratings or plies identifying tires featuring stronger, heavier duty constructions.
Q: Is it true the more ply’s the better the tire?
A: No, not at all. Let’s begin by reminding ourselves that it is not the tire that carries the load, but the air inside it. The tire is just the container for the air. So, if you need to carry more load, you need more air. the tire needs to be strong enough to handle the higher capacity. The traditional ways of defining this are “Ply Rating”, “Load Range” and “Load Index”. It’s best to refer to the Tire Load Capacity to determine tire strength.
Today’s load range/ply ratings do not count the actual number of body ply layers used to make up the tire’s internal structure, but indicates an equivalent strength compared to early bias ply tires. Most radial passenger tires have one or two body plies and light truck tires, even those with heavy-duty ratings, 10, 12 or 14ply actually have only two or three fabric plies, or one steel body ply.
In all cases, when changing tire sizes or converting from one type or brand of tire to another, it is important to confirm that the Load Index in the tire’s Service Description of the new tire is equal to or greater than the Load Index of the original tire and/or that the new tire’s rated load capacity is sufficient to carry the skid steers weight and it’s maximum carrying load. Learn more about Solideal Skid Steer Tire Care And Safety Tips to get the maximum life out of your Skid Steer Tires.
Solideal Skid Steer Tire Application Performance Chart
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