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The EWRS-TH series of gradall tires were designed to meet the needs of today's job site demands. We came up with a way to offer you serviceability, traction and maximum stability all in one!

Our EWRS-TH series is available in your choice of an all terrain (AT) or hard surface (HS) tread pattern to match with your specific application that will ensure optimal traction and increased wear life.

How many pneumatic or foam filled gradall tires have you had to change on your jobsite because of damage or sidewall gashes? With health and safety being as important as it is today a serviceable option was needed. Our team of engineers developed our EWRS-TH series of gradall tires to be easily repaired if damaged, although we are not sure you will need to with the quality that went into our design and components.

With serviceable tire sections, the need for a service truck and specialized technicians is all but eliminated. We have reduced your service tooling down to only a 15/16" wrench in your operator's back pocket and repair parts are readily available in your nearest onsite storage container or in the toolbox of your pickup.

Gradall work under a variety of conditions but one thing remains the same, safety is paramount. For this reason, we designed our EWRS-TH series with maximum stability and load bearing capacity. A combination of our specially engineered core hole design and bidirectional tread pattern provide a very consistent and predictable loading profile.

To learn more about the EWRS-TH series of gradall tires, give us a call or submit a quote request to speak with one of our product specialists. We will match the right tire to your specific jobsite needs.

  Actual Tire Dimensions  
Tire Size Overall Diameter Width Rim Diameter Wearable Tread Depth Weight Load Rating (5MPH)  Load Rating (20MPH)
----- Inch (mm) Inch (mm) Inch (mm) 32nd (mm) lb (kg) lb (kg)  lb (kg)
14x24 52" 14" 41" 52 750 lb 18,750 lb  9,000 lb
 52X14-40 (1321) (356) (1041) (42) (340 kg) (8,505 kg)  4,082 kg