If you are looking to purchase new tires for your tractor, you have come to the right place!
Our farm tires provide reduced soil compaction, improved durability, and better traction. With a wide selection of tire rib ranges, our farm tractor tires provide excellent flotation, pressure, and mobility for all soil conditions. Whether it is a tractor, skid steer, gator, or rubber tracks, we can supply any size tire that your agricultural business may need. Call us today for a quote and don’t forget to ask us about our large selection of new and used wheels and tires. You may utilize your Farm Plan.
C & B Tire Center: 605-946-5444
525 S. Highway 281
Corsica, SD 57328
Tire Shop Manager: 605-661-7006
Hours: Monday – Friday: 7:30am to 5:30pm C.S.T. / Saturday: 8am to Noon / Sunday: Closed
C & B Operations has been servicing industrial tire products for years with brands like Camso, Titan, and Carlisle. We stock a vast amount of premium tires for your material handling and industrial needs.
We offer on the farm or in the field tire service with 2 mobile service trucks. We have portable scales for weighing and ballasting equipment. We have truck tire sales and service. Passenger and light truck tire sales and service.
Industrial tractor tires (R4)
Industrial tractors tires are made to be used on construction sites, especially on forklifts.
- R4 – Commonly referred to as an industrial tire. These tires have great traction and are softer on turf than R1 (Ag) tires. They are commonly used by contractors and landscapers as an all-purpose tractor tire. The R4 tire has a very sturdy sidewall construction capable of handling heavier loading. This means that if you have loader work, these tires will handle it unlike the R1 and R3 with softer sidewalls.
Turf tractor tires (R3)
Such tires are mainly produced to be mounted on golf carts and lawn mowers.
- R3 – Commonly referred to as a turf tire. These tires have less aggressive tread and are meant for tasks like mowing, as they have the least amount of traction. They are commonly used on golf courses or for ride mowers, as they are grass friendly and tend not to tear the ground up, especially in soft wet conditions. R3 tires are the widest compared to the R1 and R4 tires.
Agricultural tractor tires (R1)
If you use your tractor primarily for field work, consider investing in a set of agricultural tractor tires.
- R1 – Commonly referred to as an Ag or agricultural tire. These tires have the best traction. They are superior in the mud and fields, but can cause the most ground damage. R1 tires are a bar type tire used for general dryland farming.
Tracks provide much greater ability to cross varied and rough terrain than wheels do.
- Tracks – Tracks have a much greater ground contact area that reduces the tractor weight transfer to the ground. Thus, in theory tracks delivers less pounds per square inch (PSI) of ground bearing pressure than tires. The points of contact of the bogey wheels and drive wheels increase this some.