Oil Changes and Tyre Pressures

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Oil Changes and Tyre Pressures

Howdy folks! My name is Tony and this is my latest blog. For some time, I have been trying to think of what my new blog should be about. It was yesterday when I realised that the topic had been in front of me all along. The biggest thing I have learnt recently is how to service my car. I didn't believe in auto servicing. I thought it was the kind of thing people talked about but never did just so they seemed smart. Well, I didn't feel very smart when I broke down at the side of the road. The mechanic was kind enough to teach me all of the top tricks about how to maintain a car.


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What Sets Agricultural Tyres Apart From Standard Vehicle Tyres?

In the past, you might have always purchased tyres for your car or other personal vehicles, and you might have never had to purchase tractor tyres or other types of agricultural tyres. Now, though, you might own one or more tractors, or you might have some other type of agricultural equipment that you need to purchase tyres for. You might assume that buying tyres for agricultural equipment is similar to purchasing tyres for personal vehicles, and it's true that there are some similarities. However, there are also a lot of differences, too, such as the ones outlined below. Learning a little more about these differences before you start shopping for agricultural tyres will help you avoid any surprises or issues.

They're Often Bigger

There are some smaller tractors that are designed for light agricultural use and residential use that have smaller tyres. However, overall, many tractors have much larger tyres than what you will see on the average car or ute. This is especially true for large tractors. To ensure your tyres fit and to be sure that your tractor has proper clearance and can perform properly, it's important to buy tyres that are the right size. This might be hard to find with the average tyre supplier, but if you choose an establishment that sells a variety of agricultural tyres, it shouldn't be too much of an issue to find appropriate tyres for whatever tractor you might be shopping for.

They're Designed to Be Used Off the Road

Although you can purchase mud tyres and other off-roading tyres for personal vehicles, these aren't as common. Instead, most tyres that are sold for personal passenger vehicles are designed to be used primarily on asphalt and concrete. This is not the case for most agricultural tyres, though. After all, even though you might have to take your tractor on the road every now and then — such as when you're moving it from one property to another — there's a good chance that you will spend most of your time operating your tractor on dirt, sand, and grass. As you might know from experience, or as you can probably imagine, regular passenger vehicle tyres don't usually do very well on these types of terrain. Tractor tyres typically work very well on dirt, sand, grass and even mud that is not overly deep. Therefore, you should be able to use your tractor to cut grass in your pastures, plant and harvest produce in your soil-filled fields and more.