Garden Tractor Tires Require Good Care
The following article describes the garden tractor tires, constructional features, maintenance, and care instructions specifically for garden tractor tires. It also discusses the storage of garden tractor during winter months when the tractors are not being used.
Garden Tractor Tire Design
You would have noted that the garden tractor have different diameters on the front and rear tires. The front tires are smaller and the rear ones are large. The tractors are front wheel driven and this is the reason for the smaller front tires. The ribs on front tires are generally straight and rear tires are cross-ribbed. The tractor tires do not have to pump water as the truck tires. In fact, they are required to work in waterlogged area effectively.
Weight Distribution In Tractor Tires
The load distribution in tractor tires is generally 40 % on front tires and 60 % on rear tires. In order to avoid the compaction of earth below the rear tires, the tires are made large so that the additional load that they carry compared to the front tires do not compact the earth below it. The tires have large ribs so that they cut through the earth instead of compacting it.
Garden Tractor Tires Come As Original Equipment
Your garden tractor tire would have come to you as original equipment along with you tractor. When you change the tires, make sure that the same or equivalent tires are used. This will ensure that the performance from your garden tractor remains as original.
Since lawn tractor tires are almost the most used part of these gardening machines, you should be aware of a proper care and maintenance. One of the most important things to have in mind when using tractors is keeping the accurate inflation as well as the terrain where they work must be slippery an uneven. Apart from these basic tips, there are so many that all gardeners should know before start working with this powerful machine, that could last a lifetime, when it’s maintained properly.