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Talkin' Tires

Jeff Caldwell 09/19/2012 @ 1:47pm Multimedia Editor for Agriculture.com and Successful Farming magazine.

Fall can be a tough time to keep your tires in good shape, whether on the truck or machinery in the field. Sharp corn stalks, loaded grain trucks and the occasional soft spot or pothole can all make things like proper inflation and running the right-sized tires of utmost importance to avoiding tire-related downtime. Check out these features on keeping your tires in good shape and get a few ideas if you're looking at picking up a new set.

Choosing the right tire size

 

7 tire handling ideas

 

Tending to implement tires


Find the right trailer tires

 

Talking tire trends

 

The trouble with stubble


Strike back at stubble

 

Harvest-ready tires?

 

No more flat truck tires?


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