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Lawn Mowers, Garden Tractors and Beyond

Lawn Mowers, Garden Tractors and Beyond

The right tires can have a big impact on performance, maneuverability, and the damage you leave behind. Lawn, garden, and tractor tires are perfect for mowers, small trailers, wheelbarrows, carts, and any other landscaping and gardening equipment that ride on one or four wheels. The tread patterns on turf tires are designed to reduce damage to grass and other ground cover.

TIRES FOR YOUR EQUIPMENT


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Wheelbarrows/Hand Carts

Add stability and handling to your equipment.

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Wheelbarrows/Hand Carts

Add stability and handling to your equipment.

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Riding Mowers

The perfect lawn starts with the perfect tires.

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Riding Mowers

The perfect lawn starts with the perfect tires.

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Garden Tractors

Tackle the big projects with professional results.

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Garden Tractors

Tackle the big projects with professional results.

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Tillers and Blowers

Solid or air-filled tires make it easier to move equipment.

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Tillers and Blowers

Solid or air-filled tires make it easier to move equipment.

TREAD MATTERS


Standard Turf Tread
Standard Turf Tread

Stay in control while reducing damage to landscaping.

Smooth Turf Tread
Smooth Turf Tread

Save even the most delicate turf from possible damage.

Ribbed Tread
Ribbed Tread

What they lack in traction they make up for in stability.

FAQS

    The basic information can be found on the sidewall of your standard equipment tires. The first two-digit number is the tire’s diameter. The next is the tire’s width. And finally, the last digit(s) indicates the wheel size in inches.


    There are three general types of tread on landscape or garden tires. Turf tread is the most common. They are used on riding as well as zero-turn mowers, and some garden tractors. If you’re working in the mud, sand, or deep dirt, all-terrain tires will work best. For hand trucks, blowers, and other implements, ribbed tread tires help provide lateral stability while still giving you plenty of forward and backward maneuverability.


    Generally, landscape and garden tires have a strong enough ply rating for today’s equipment and weight demands. The most common ply ratings are stamped on the sidewall. They include A/2-ply (standard) and B/4-ply (reinforced).


    The advantages of tubeless or solid tires include added durability and resistance to air leaks. However, they can be more difficult to change and repair. Additionally, they can create a rougher ride for lawnmowers and small tractors.


    Yes. Foam filling tires will keep them from getting air leaks due to punctures. However, it can make the ride slightly less comfortable on a lawn mower or garden tractor. Foam filling can be a good idea for wheelbarrows and garden carts.