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Solid Skid Steer Tire Rubber Compounds – What’s the Difference?

Posted by Evolution Wheel on Nov 20, 2017 2:25:38 PM

Solid skid steer tires are made from special compounds and are not filled with air. They are perfect for use in many commercial applications and are commonly found in mining, rock quarry’s, demolition, waste transfer stations, general construction and anywhere else that flat tires are prevalent. A good quality solid skid steer tire is usually made from high-grade rubber compound ingredients, which are slightly different from normal tire compounds used in typical pneumatic tires.

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Topics: non-pneumatic tires, solid tires, solid tire, solid skid steer tires, solid rubber tires, solid skid steer tire

How are Solid Skid Steer Tires Secured to a Rim?

Posted by Evolution Wheel on Nov 20, 2017 2:25:00 PM

There are different types of solid skid steer tires according to the way they are secured to a rim for installation and use on a skid steer loader. Here, we describe three different types of solid skid steer tires, with each one being installed in a different manner.

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Topics: non-pneumatic tires, solid tires, solid tire, solid skid steer tires, solid rubber tires, solid skid steer tire

Types of Solid Skid Steer Tire Aperture Hole Designs

Posted by Evolution Wheel on Nov 20, 2017 2:23:40 PM

Solid skid steer tires are popular among many skid steer users because of the reduced downtime they provide and the elimination of flat tires. Over the years many different designs have emerged of the aperture hole designs in the sidewall of the tire to provide cushion and make the ride more comfortable for the operator. Here we look at the different types of aperture hole designs in a solid tire and the pros and cons of each.

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Topics: non-pneumatic tires, solid tires, solid tire, solid skid steer tires, solid rubber tires, solid skid steer tire

Advantages of Segmented Solid Skid Steer Tires

Posted by Evolution Wheel on Oct 26, 2017 5:27:01 PM

When it's time to choose new tires for your skid steer, you surely see the common option of solid skid steer tires. What you might not know is that there are differences between the solid skid steer tire options that go beyond brand alone. These differences are quite strong, especially when it comes to segmented solid skid steer 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, solid skid steer tire

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

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