Tractors vary by HP wherein a higher HP tractor is used when the farm sizes are bigger and the load to be hauled is more. Tractor tyres are designed keeping these varied requirements in mind.
Tractor tyres come in multiple sizes. Depending on the tractor HP, there is a specific tractor tyre size that is recommended.
While tractor tyres come in radial and bias technologies, your specific application, load-carrying capacity, and compaction and traction needs to decide whether radial or bias tyres are better suited.
CEAT Specialty offers you the complete range of tractor tyres. So, no matter what your requirements are, you will find a CEAT Specialty tractor tyre that is the perfect fit for you. Our radial tyres offer low compaction, high traction, and high roadability. We also offer an IF/VF radial tractor tyre range that offers 20%/40% more load carrying capacity compared to standard radials.
CEAT Specialty is a preferred supplier of tractor tyres to major global tractor manufacturers including John Deere, AGCO, Mahindra and Mahindra, CNH. CEAT tractor tyres are built to the manufacturer’s specifications and designed to offer high mileage and durability. CEAT tractor tyres come in multiple tread patterns keeping in mind varied user requirements. The tractor tyre compound provides durability and ensures resistance to chipping and cuts. CEAT tractor tyres, come in different sizes, which are tailor-made for your needs. These tyres offer versatility and durability for farming as well as haulage. CEAT Specialty tyres have you covered for all your tractor tyre needs.
Torquemax – Tractor Tyres in UK
The CEAT TORQUEMAX radial tyre is meant for high power tractors, ensuring constant and smooth transf...
FARMAX R65 – Tractor Tyre
Tough enough to take a beating on the farm, gentle enough to keep your soil and crop safe.
Farmax R85 – Tractor Tyre
In it for the long run, CEAT FARMAX R 85 radial farm tractor tyres help reduce soil compaction, impr...
Farmax R70/R75 – Tractor Tyre
Longer tyre life, better roadability, reduced soil compaction and superior traction are just a few f...
Farmax R80 – Tractor Tyre
High roadability, reduced soil compaction and superior traction are just a few features that make CE...
Farmax R1 – Tractor Tyre
Expect better traction and roadability with FARMAX R1 bias tractor tyres.
Farmax X3 TF – Tractor Tyre
FARMAX X3 TF tyre has a unique tread design with grooves on the central rib and notches in the shoul...
Farmax F2 – Tractor Tyre
The FARMAX F2 bias agricultural tyre is designed to enable easy steering and recommended for use on...
New tractor tyres
Before you buy a new tractor tyre, thorough research is required, especially due to the wide range of options in the market today. After all, the new tractor tyre isn’t supposed to be merely a replacement, but an improvement. When you start to compare tractor tyres on the market, the facts will incline you towards a CEAT Specialty tractor tyre. That is because these tractor tyres offer you the best load capacities, uniform load distribution, optimum tread patterns to maximise grip and offer high stability on the roads. No matter what your application is, there is a right CEAT tractor tyre for you.
Our wide range of tractor tyres includes stars like the Torquemax VF, which has been designed for high-power tractors and provides 40% more load-carrying capacity than standard radials the other specialists in the list include the Farmax R65 and Farmax R85 in farm radials and Farmax R1 in bias
Tractor Tyre Size
Tractor tyre sizes are of utmost importance when you are in the market for a new set. To find out the right tractor tyre size, you need to refer to your tractor’s handbook or read the marking on your tractor tyre. The most common way to write a tractor tyre size is when two numbers are written next to each other, separated with a ‘-’. The first number indicated the width of the tractor tyre in inches and the other signifies the diameter of the wheel in inches. For example, in the tyre size 18-22.5, 18-inches is the width of the tyre and 22.5 inches is the diameter of the wheel. The other way to write a tractor tyre size is the metric way. This type is read like a car tyre. For example, 18-22.5 in metric is 480/65 R22.5. This means that the width of the tyre is 480mm, the sidewall thickness is 65 percent of the width, and the wheel diameter is 22.5 inches. R denotes that it is a radial tyre.
Common tractor tyre size in UK
There are a variety of tractors on sale in the UK and hence the list of tractor tyre sizes is quite large. However, the most common sizes used are 16.9-28, 16.9-30, 710/70 R 38, 420/85R 28, 540/65 R 28
How to buy tractor tyre in UK
Once you have found the right tractor tyre size, narrow down your search with the preferred qualities you are looking for in the tractor tyre. This will depend on your application. Check if you need tractor tyres for agriculture, wetlands, road use, rough use, or for high load conditions. Then, you need to head to CEAT Specialty and pick the right one, in the right size. Here, you will find the right tractor tyres for sale.
Tractor front tyres can cost anything between $100 to $2000. The price is also determined by the features and benefits that the tyres offer T A special-purpose tyre can easily cost upwards of $1000.
The size of a tractor tyre depends on its usage. The rim diameter can vary from under 10 inches to more than 50 inches. The increasing size of farming machines has led to an increased demand for larger tyres as well
In the metre system, the size of the tyre is written in three numbers. The first number is the width in millimetres, the second number denotes the percentage of the section width, and the last number represents the diameter of the wheel in inches. For example, the tractor tyre with size 480/65 R22.5 will have a width of 480mm, a section width of 65, and a wheel diameter of 22.5 inches. R denotes that is a radial tyre.
The usual life of a tractor tyre is about 3 years. However, it depends heavily on usage. You should immediately replace the tractor tyre if it starts to crack or deforms. But, if your tyre is not faulty and has just undergone regular wear, you will need to check the thread thickness.