Your turf tires are important.
After all, without them your riding lawn mower, ATV or tractor would have some
serious problems. That's why it's important to be informed about these tires so
you can get the most out of them. Whether you're looking to purchase new Turf tires for your
or are curious about which ones are best, take a look at these
commonly asked questions.
1. How Much Does Usage
Affect the Longevity of My Tires?
Short answer: a lot. This may come
into play a bit more if the tires are for an ATV, as the terrain you are
traversing is meant to be rough. But a lawnmower or tractor will still
encounter debris, animal burrows, and other things that can damage or simply
wear down your tires. To get the most out of your tires, avoid any areas that
could puncture them as much as possible.
2. How Do I Determine which
Tires Fit My Vehicle?
While you can easily switch out
your current tires for different ones, remember that they all differ with
regards to size, weight, and the type of terrain they are equipped to handle.
Therefore, if you drive a lawn mower, it wouldn't make sense to purchase tires
that are more suitable for a massive farm tractor.
Check your owner's manual for the
recommended tire type or conveniently search on our website!
3. Can I Mix and Match
Different Tire Types?
In order to experience the best
all-around performance, you shouldn't mix and match different tires. Tires
affect vehicle handling and stability differently, so mixing tires can make
driving very difficult. If you're interested in buying turf tires, be sure to
buy either four or two of each, depending on your equipment's requirements (for
instance, many riding lawnmowers commonly have larger back tires than front
4. When Should I
Purchase New Tires?
For the best driving experience,
it's important that you replace your tires with new ones, when necessary.
Ideally, you should purchase new tires when your current treads are worn.
Driving with poor treads makes handling the wet lawns and fields much more
difficult because of the lack of traction.
5. What's the Proper
Air Pressure for My Tires?
This is determined by the
manufacturer and can be located in your owner's manual or on the tires. You
should ensure your tires are not over or underinflated, as this can make your
tires more prone to punctures and damage.
Call or contact us
at Tires By Web
for more information about our selection of Turf tires and which ones would be
most appropriate for your equipment!
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