Tractor Tires & Farm Tires
Tractor & Farm Tires from The Experts
Tractor tires are a unique segment in the industry, and at Ken Jones they are our specialty! Choosing the right tire is particularly important in this niche. Proper sizing, tread design, and load capacity considerations can make the difference to your bottom line. We know the equipment, we understand your applications, and that makes us the best source when you are searching for replacement tires for all of your equipment such as tractors, implements, wagons and manure spreaders.
Front Tractor Tires
Rib Front Tractor Tires are farm tires designed for the front of two-wheel drive tractors. This style of tread is characterized by up to four separate and distinct high ribs running in the same direction as the tire rotation. They provide excellent steering control in loose soil and offer exceptional resistance to side slip.
Rear Tractor Tires
Rear tractor tires, also referred to as Agricultural or Ag Tires, typically feature deep angled tread bars designed to administer maximum traction needed for pulling heavy loads or large farm equipment. Although categorized as “rear tractor tires”, these farm tires are also intended to be used on the front of 4WD and MFWD tractors. They are manufactured in both bias and radial construction and have different tread depths for specific soil conditions.
Implement Tractor Tires
Implement Tires, also called flotation, wagon or rib implement, are farm tires manufactured in both rib style and traction style. These tires are designed with a wide footprint, have a larger air volume and operate at a low inflation pressure. The net result is a tire that resists sinking into the soil providing a flotation effect which reduces rutting and minimizes soil compaction.
Large Turf Tires
Turf Tractor Tires Turf, often called “R-3 Tires” or “Diamond Tread”, are designed to be used on terrain where the disturbance of an aggressive lug-type tire is not wanted. Engineered for equipment used on golf courses, cemeteries and sandy environments. Other applications include road construction and highway maintenance.
Click here to learn how to find your tractor tire size
“We Make it Easy to Buy Hard to Find Farm & Tractor Tires!”
Hard to find tires are our specialty…tire dealers turn to us to find what they need and you can too!
Best Selection and Best Brands- In Stock and Ready to Ship
Offering customers options is a priority for us. We stock the full line of the best brands in the farm industry, such as Titan, Goodyear, BKT, Firestone, Bridgestone and more. We like to offer “good, better, and best” options when ever possible. While some companies may offer you only one or two brands, or just what they have in stock, Ken Jones will search their nationwide network to help help you find the right product.
Fast Shipping Anywhere in US
With distribution points across the US, we are able to get your products to you quickly!
Unlike other online tire sellers, we welcome your phone calls and questions! Call 1-800-225-9513.
Farm Tires Move The World Of Agriculture
Tractor & Ag tire suppliers since 1938, Ken Jones Inc. has an experienced staff that is dedicated to providing farm equipment owners with information and advice when the time comes to purchase new farm tractor tires. Not only do we provide sound information and advice, we have an extensive inventory available and in stock in our own warehouse. We carry some of the best brands in the agricultural arena including Titan & Goodyear, BKT, Carlisle, Deestone and Armour. A huge inventory with good, better and best options is what we strive to offer our customers. This helps us to make it easier for you when buying farm tires. Sorting through the various types of tires can be quite puzzling for people who don’t know about them already. Fortunately they can be broken down into a few basic categories.
How to Choose the Right Tire
There are a few very important factors to consider you before you buy. The most important things you need to know are:
- Tire size: Click here to learn how to find your tractor tire size
- Ply rating
- Bias vs. radial
- Tractor type
- Soil compaction
- Traction requirements
- Fuel economy
- Weight of the equipment
Other factors to consider
- Expected time of ownership
- Hours of use/year
- Type of use
- Age of tractor
- Soil type
- Tillage practices
- Distance & frequency of road use
- Pavement vs. gravel surface use
Watch the video to learn how to choose the right farm tractor tire