Archive for July, 2011

As machinery technology improves, round balers and square balers are not producing much denser bales, and as tractors have improved with first 30kph now 40kph, we have all forgotten that some of our older trailers have wheels and tyres that were only expected to travel at approx. 15-20 mph and not 6 miles up or down the road. So you are all telling us the older tyres will not stick the workload of todays farmers and machinery. So we have come up with a sensibly-priced answer: we have put a commercial lorry tyre on an agricultural rim,  6 or 8 stud. This seems to have stopped the problem you were having.  So what do we get for our money you ask? You get a good second-hand or a blemished tyre on a new rim (occasionally re-cut tyres) but a great improvement for just £189.00 (price correct at time of printing).


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