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Agricultural & Irrigation
Irrigation Tires

11.2 x 24 6ply
14.9 x 24 6ply
11.2 x 38 6ply

Irrigation Retread Tires

1122.5 14ply
1124.5 14ply
1000 x 20 12ply

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Irrigation Tire + 8 Hole Galvanized Wheel Assembly

1124.5 14ply Retread Assembly
11.2 x 24 6ply Assembly
14.9 x 24 6ply Assembly
11.2 x 38 6ply Assembly

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  • Never overload your tires or drive them either over-inflated or under-inflated. If you know the total weight (load on rig) on the tires, consult the tables on the following pages to determine the correct inflation pressure. If this is not possible, follow the instructions of the tractor manufacturer. 
  • For tractor drive-wheel tires, maintain an inflation pressure of 20 psi (1.4 bar) when employed for industrial use or in full-time on-the-road jobs, even when load is insignificant. 
  • For work in the field it is recommended never to lower inflation pressure below 16 psi (1.1 bar). If, however, a lower pressure is needed for a specific field job, remember to raise it back to the normal required pressure upon completion of that specific task. 

  • Always use the recommended rim size. If, however, the rim used is narrower than the narrowest recommended rim, reduce tire load to the load recommended for the tire one size smaller, maintaining the same inflation pressure. 
  • Always use a new tube with a new tire. Tube size should be identical to tire size. For tractor drive-wheels, use an air-water valve tube. 


  • Always practice correct mounting and dismounting procedures, and make sure you have taken all safety precautions.  After mounting the tire, inflate it to seat the beads.  Then completely deflate and re-inflate to recommended working pressure. 
  • Remember: Never inflate tractor drive-wheels beyond 35 psi (2.5 bar) when seating the beads. 


  • Do not store tires for more than a few months. Storage areas should be dark and cool, free of dirt on oils, as far as possible from running electric engines. 
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