Looking at a set Bridgestone VF 710 70 42. Not had any experience with VF tyres and choose is limited at its a new build tractor so only being offered Bridgestone or Michelin in VF. I could put a set of non VF 710s on and change them to a set of VF of my choice and sell the non VF ones
Do many people buy tractor tyres on line? look reasonable prices. Which web site is best. Will obviously ring local suppliers as well but thought it was worth having some prices to bounce off them. Sadly need a few 😒
Don't mind paying a bit extra for tyres for good stuff. Need tyres for a tractor which will never wear them out instead they will perish in about 20 years probably. Which tyres last the longest without perishing out too quickly? They will still probably have 80 per cent on them in 20 years. It...
What are people’s thoughts experiences of above? I know a few on here are running 650/60R38 how are you getting on with them?
They have slightly smaller diameter and sit a bit “lower” than 600/65R38 standard tires, has this been an issue, annoying for anyone. Have also read that you can...
Due to circumstances we have decided to replace the tyres on our 20 year old MF6290. It was on Michelin XM108, 650/65/R38 rears and 540/65/R28 fronts. Great tyres in my opinion.
Now our front-line tractor, an MF7480 is on identically sized Multibibs, 60% worn. Again decent tyres...
Which would you choose? On a new tractor. Any user experiences welcome. Could have Mitas again but happy to pay the extra. Not interested in Firestone. BKT not an option.
Have driven tractors with both on 650/540 sizes. I've never felt too safe on Michelins on banks, whether they've been pumped...
Got quotes today on a pair of tyres today 650/75/R30.
Michelin Axiobib and Alliance 372.
The Michelin's work out £1250 more for the pair. They're also offering £250 cashback until the end of the month so makes them a grand more.
Worth the extra wedge?
Considering a set of VF type tyres and wondering if anyone has experience of either the low pressure Bridgestone VT range or the new VX more ‘road oriented’ tyres.
Will be used for all arable jobs and a bit of road work.
For what it’s worth it’s 600/70-28 fronts and 710/70-38.
650/65 R38 + 540/65 R28 Michelin Multibib Tyres inc. John Deere Rims
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Set of take offs
540/65 R30 Tread around 40
650/65 R42 Tread around 30
How to make contact...
*Whilst this post is based around the CNH Terraglide 1 system the principle is the same for all hydraulic suspensions and the discussion is open for various machines.*
I have heard from many people that the latest Terraglide on the newer 4B tractors works very well but I think its fair to say...
Looking to replace a set of tyres on a 250hp tractor... Tractor is used mainly for cultivation and drilling,but does a fair bit of road work when needed....Normally run Michelin Mach x bibs but have spoken to vredestein rep at Lamma that reckons traxion xxl are a better option!!!! But obviously...
It's a rare event for me to have to replace any tractor tyres, but the original fit Continental 650/65 38's on my JD 6830 have started to crack on the inside and will soon need to be swapped.
Looking on-line I can see some tyres have the prefix IF or VP and claim to be able to run significantly...
Any gurus out there that can help me
N174 Direct won’t let me make it go faster than 49K got all the forward/reverse settings right and even the speed restricter settings right just won’t let me use the speed limit in dial any further. All full bar the last one. Works fine in A-C but in D just...
Michelin multibib 530/65r30 with about 30% tread.
Plenty of life left in them.
Also have the matching rears 650/65r42 but they have cuts in the side wall. Still hold air with about 30% tread left
£250 each for the fronts
Offers for the rears