Posted by YOHTA Team

May 31, 2018 4:40:00 PM

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Should I Buy a Radial Farm Tire?

Is a Radial Ag Tire the Right Choice?

By the mid-1970s, almost every car in the United States had converted from bias tires to radial tires. However, scroll through pictures of farm equipment from the 1980s, 1990s, and even the early 2000s and, with a few exceptions, the machines are equipped with bias tires. Now, after years of perfecting high-performing radial technology in large tires for farm machinery, growers have better choices than ever.

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Topics: Alliance Tires, Farm Tires, Agricultural Tires, Agriculture, Farm Technology, Sprayer Tires, Tractor Tires, Tire Construction, Farming

Posted by Barry Clifford

Jan 25, 2017 2:37:00 PM

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Should I Choose a Radial or a Bias Tractor Tire

Radial vs. Bias Tractor Tires

Tractor tires continue to evolve to meet the needs of today’s farmers, but whether to choose a bias or radial tire remains a constant question asked by farmers when purchasing tractor tires.

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Topics: Alliance Tires, Agricultural Tires, Agriculture, Alliance 550, Alliance, Tractor Tires, Tire Construction, Farming, FarmPro 324

Posted by YOHTA Team

Sep 16, 2016 10:24:00 AM

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Explaining the Engineering of an IF/VF Tire

Engineering an IF/VF Tire

A lot goes into making an IF/VF tire and even more goes into making one that performs up to our exacting standards. Check out this great video, where Field Engineer Pat Gaston talks about the ins and outs of IF/VF tires, and what separates our tires from what our competitors have to offer.

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Topics: Alliance Tires, Farm Tires, Agricultural Tires, IF/VF Tires, Sprayer Tires, Tire Construction

Posted by YOHTA Team

Jan 29, 2016 3:10:00 PM

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Tire Technology: The Beadier the Better

The Job of a Tire Bead 

Whether you’re in ag, construction, or forestry, you're probably not thinking too deeply about your tires when you get to work - unless of course there's a problem. In effect - the less you have to think about your tires, the better we're doing our jobs! But, have you ever given any thought to the engineering required to keep your tires properly mounted on your machines, especially under extreme circumstances like slippery mud or hillsides?

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Topics: Alliance Tires, Tire Maintenance, Tire Construction

Posted by YOHTA Team

Dec 14, 2015 8:09:00 AM

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Why Tires Are Black

Why Are Tires Black? The Answer Is Surprisingly Simple 

Have you ever wondered why we don’t make our tires green and yellow to match your John Deere Tractor? Or orange to match your Kubota loader? Or why we don’t just leave rubber its natural color, white (other than it would get filthy when you play in the mud)? We makes some of the most advanced and longest lasting tires on the market, so why don’t we call them out with a signature color rather than letting their performance speak for itself?

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Topics: Tire Maintenance, Tire Construction

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