Well, if the people making the stuff, says it doesnt matter, that is hopefully what they belive to be true.
After 7 years and 5000 hours with twin tyres on one tractor, i don't believe it - but i'm just a farmer. I don't have any advanced tests to prove my point, but i can see how little difference in sidewall flex i get from reducing pressure from 1,6 to 0,8 bar, even if the load calls for minimum 1,2 bar according to trelleborgs databook.
I believe the sidewalls in the twin tyres, because of their bias construction, is too stiff to give the long even footprint of a radial.
When they came out, they where good, because they where wider than anything else you could get, but now radials come in many different width and heights to suit all needs.
You did the only thing you could - trust the people you buy from. If you don't, then you should shop somewhere else.
Had to have the michys at 24/25on the hedger on my similar sized mf running same size tyresWhat tyre pressure should I have in front and rear Michelin tyres on a JD 6155R carrying a hedgecutter predominantly on road work? It’s on 650/65 38 and 540/28 on front? Just wondering as the tractors are new here in July and the tyres are currently at 21psi in rear and not sure about front. Thanks in advance.