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Options for Bobcat Tires – The Breakdown

Posted by Evolution Wheel on Oct 26, 2017 3:31:53 PM

There are a variety of Bobcat tires available, in both air-filled, and solid versions. Picking the best Bobcat tire for your needs will help you to maximize the benefits of these Bobcat tires. Let's take a look at the different types of Bobcat tires and the benefits of each so that you can determine which is the best for your skid steer's use case.

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Topics: bobcat tires, non-pneumatic tires, solid tires, solid tire, skid loader tires, solid skid steer tires, skid steer tire, segmented tires, segmented solid tires, serviceable solid tire, skid steer tires

Comparing Foam Filled Skid Steer Tires to Solid Skid Steer Tires

Posted by Evolution Wheel on Oct 25, 2017 9:31:16 AM

 

A skid steer loader, or skidsteer, is a small hydraulic-powered machine with a variety of tools that attach to its lift arms; it works as a front loader to move earth, snow, gravel and whatever else needs moving. Because of its fixed wheel orientation and separate side-wheel synchronization, a skid steer loader 'skids' to turn - effectively pivoting the machine with a zero radius. This makes the skidsteer extremely versatile and agile, but the rough use wears tires out.

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Topics: bobcat tires, non-pneumatic tires, solid tires, solid tire, skid loader tires, solid skid steer tires, skid steer tire, segmented tires, segmented solid tires, serviceable solid tire, skid steer tires, solid skid steer tire

Bobcat Tires - The Cost Breakdown Calculation

Posted by Evolution Wheel on Oct 24, 2017 10:23:34 AM

 

When purchasing new equipment for the job site, cost-effectiveness is typically the number one concern. You want a product that is reliable and durable, but also one that won't break the bank. When purchasing Bobcat tires, products with lower up-front costs often seem to be the obvious solution.

If you assume that the level of quality doesn't vary significantly from product to product, it seems to make sense to go with the cheaper option. This kind of thinking often leads to the purchase of traditional air-filled Bobcat tires for use on skid steers. Buyers may see the higher price tag that comes with solid Bobcat tires and figure that the air-filled tires are a better value.

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Topics: bobcat tires, non-pneumatic tires, solid tires, solid tire, skid loader tires, solid skid steer tires, skid steer tire, segmented tires, segmented solid tires, serviceable solid tire, skid steer tires

Choosing the Right Bobcat Tires for your Machine

Posted by Evolution Wheel on Oct 11, 2017 3:04:30 PM

Skid steer loaders are amongst the most frequently used machines in the world and becuase of that Bobcat tires are expected to operate in a wide variety of terrain. From landscaping building sites to working in parks to carrying tools, the spectrum of a skid steer loaders use is vast. However, the fact that skid steers are helpful in such different situations means that they are exposed to different terrains, just the same. From hard surfaces—such as concrete and asphalt—to softer terrain—such as mud, rock, snow and dirt—a skid steer sees them all in its lifetime. However, exposure to different terrains creates a need for different kinds of Bobcat tires.

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Topics: bobcat tires, non-pneumatic tires, solid tires, solid tire, skid loader tires, solid skid steer tires, skid steer tire, segmented tires, segmented solid tires, serviceable solid tire, skid steer tires

Top 5 Reasons To Run Solid Skid Steer Tires

Posted by Evolution Wheel on Oct 11, 2017 2:08:57 PM


Tires go through a lot of wear and tear, especially in construction applications where the ground may be rocky, uneven or very abrasive. If you want to get the most value out of your tires, solid skid steer tires are the best choice you can make on a construction site. Your tire choice not only affects the productivity and efficiency of the skid steer loader that you are putting the tires on, but it also affects your overall profitability and site efficiency. Solid skid steer tires provide the most incentive for construction sites and skid steers that are going to be driving in abrasive terrains regularly. Let's explore the top five reasons why you should choose solid skid steer tires for your machine.

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Topics: bobcat tires, non-pneumatic tires, solid tires, solid tire, skid loader tires, solid skid steer tires, skid steer tire, segmented tires, segmented solid tires, serviceable solid tire, skid steer tires, solid skid steer tire

Solid Skid Steer Tire Tread Patterns

Posted by Evolution Wheel on Oct 11, 2017 1:24:16 PM

When it comes to choosing the right kind of tires for your skid steer loader, solid skid steer tires are clearly the best option. Solid skid steer tires outperform pneumatic tires when it comes to traction, durability, serviceability, and in some brands ensuring that the skid steer operator has a smooth, comfortable ride. 

While choosing the right type of solid skid steer tire is important, it is just as critical to choose the right solid skid steer tire tread pattern to best suit the type of terrain your equipment will be driving in.

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Topics: bobcat tires, non-pneumatic tires, solid tires, skid loader tires, solid skid steer tires, skid steer tire, segmented tires, segmented solid tires, serviceable solid tire, skid steer tires, solid skid steer tire