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Answered 2013-05-29 12:27:34

The average price to have a set of used tractor tires retreaded is around $100 - $150 dollars per tire. Retreaded tires should only be considered if the tires are less than 5 years old.

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Retreaded tires are refurbished tires. Instead of winding up in a landfill, they are recoated with rubber and resold. They are safe and cheaper than new tires.


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There are many online tractor tire resellers. Most large tire manufacturers sell tractor tires. For example Firestone. You can compare prices on tractor tires at BizRate.com if you want to find the lowest price online.


U Can Use Tractor tires to run A farm Tractor


You could buy farm tractor tires at home depot. They offer a lot of tractor accessories and they will be able to offer durable tractor tires for a low price.


How long your tires last depends on how you use them and where you drive with them however they should be able to last as long as comparable new tires.


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Yes, you can purchase used tractor tires, and do not need to buy new tires. Online, you can purchase used tractor tires at www.usedfarmequipment.net.


There are many different types of truck tires, but the average price seems to be around $70-$100. The size and weight of the tires make the difference.


"There are numerous brands of commercial tractor tires. Some of the most known commercial brands of tractor tires are Yokohama, Firestone, Fuzion, Bridgestone, and Cooper Tires."


Farm tractor tires are tires that fit on a variety of tractors. They can range in size and tread and have different purposes depending on the type of tractor that they are made for.


There are several sites online that offer used tractor tires. You could also try any farms in your area. If they have a tractor, they may have the old tractor tires saved from previous uses.


When you are looking for tractor tires, l would recommend the comparison sites like ebay and amazon. Many tractor tires companies have accounts there, and customer feedback is useful in helping you to decide which tractor tires are suitable for your vehicle.


If you mean "Does Firestone make farm tractor tires?" then yes, they do make farm tractor tires. They have an agricultural division that would offer those type of tires for the agricultural equipment.


The brands of tractor tires that are available in Toronto include Michelin, New Front, Farm Master, Kijiji Ontario, Fountain Tires, John Deere Garden Tractor, and Miller Tires.


try discount tires. They have good deals on tires and if you see nothing there theres parts galore and also you can try and just get the tires retreaded that will save money.


Stores such as John Deere will carry any and all John Deere tractor tires in stock. Tractor House also carries a variety of John Deere tractor tires in stock.


depends on the size of the tractor


Tractor Tires can be purchased at several online retailers. Examples include TireTown Farm Tires (www.tiretown.com) and Tires Unlimited (tiresunlimited.com)


Because there is such a huge variety of tractor tires available and they come in different sizes to suit different needs, the price range varies from low cost ($50ish) to expensive (hundreds of dollars).


You can find tires for a John Deere tractor at Lowes, Home Depot, Amazon.com, and ebay.com. There are many stores that currently sell John Deere tractor tires.


yes there are tractor dealers that sell tractor tires in your area. You can check the following sites if you want www.odessacanada.com/ , and this site www.kaltire.com/


In the United States, the tread has to be 4/32 (3.17mm) or more on the front tires and 2/32 (1.58mm) or more on the back tires. rear tires can be retreaded but not the front "steer" tires.


If they are regular tires and the tractor is 2wd they are 11.2-24 and 4wd they are 9.5-24 If they are turf tires and the tractor is 2 or 4wd they are 41x14.00-20


Tractor tires are different than the tires you use for cars or regular trucks. Tractor tires are designed specifically to handle the work loads and difficult terrain that is found away from the pavement. There are as many different types of tractor tires as there are different types of tractors. Size Matters Tractor tires can range from very small to incredibly large. The smallest tires are used on smaller tractors, like lawn mowers or power edgers. These tires are generally smaller than car tires, and they can be purchased at most hardware stores. Larger tractor tires can be as tall as an average man, and they are designed to fit construction machinery or farm tractors. These monster tires can sometimes be as big as the tractor itself, and provide the stability that tractors need when they work on rough terrain. Dump trucks and earth movers usually have the largest tractor tires. Tread Depth When you look at different tractor tires, you will notice that they all have different types of tread. Some of the treads are very deep, and create caverns between each tread. Other tractor tires have treads that are very similar to those you’d find on a normal car tire. The depth of the tread is important when a tractor needs to maneuver over difficult ground. If the ground is relatively flat and dry, like a front lawn, the tread doesn’t need to be very deep. If the ground is muddy and contains several different levels, like at a quarry, the treads help the tractor maintain a grip on whatever ground is available. Changing Tractor Tires Some tractor tires are easy to change, and the process is similar to changing the tire on a car. All you have to do is unbolt the tire, replace it with a new one, and bolt it back on to the tractor again. Larger tractor tires require a little something extra when they are changed. Since they are too big to be carried by a human, you have to change large tractor tires using special machinery. Most auto mechanics have the ability to change out large tractor tires, but it is a good idea to call before you take your tractor in, just to be sure.