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Alliance Tire Americas, has released a new, very high flexion (VF) radial to broaden its popular 381 series implement tire—the Alliance Agriflex+ 381. The Agriflex+ version of the 381 is being launched in the VF320/70R15 154D size, which replaces 12.5L-15 tires on cultivators, disks, farm wagons, utility trailers and other implements.
John Deere or Case? Ford or Chevy? Tire or tracks? After decades of discussion, farmers still disagree over the appropriate answers to these questions. While we won’t weigh in on Deere vs. Case or Ford vs. Chevrolet, we do have an opinion (although it might be a bit biased) about the superiority of tires to tracks and we’re pretty sure that, after reading this, you’ll agree that tires are equal to or exceed tracks in performance, while costing substantially less.
Topics: Alliance Tires, Alliance Tire Americas, Soil Compaction, Farm Tires, Blog, agricultural industry, agricultural tires, Agriculture, Alliance, Tractor tires, Farming, Tire Inflation, Alliance Tire Group, ATG, Alliance AgriFlex
Dec 7, 2018 1:02:43 PMLeave a Comment
As part of the never-ending chase for higher farm yields, today’s corn is bred to be super resilient. Unfortunately, some of the advantages gained from these crops (increased resilience and higher yields) can be negated by costly downtime and tire replacement, thanks to the menacing short, stout, post-harvest stalks they leave behind. Fortunately, ATG builds some of the most durable, puncture-resistant, and stubble-proof agricultural tires in the industry. Here are just a few of the ways our Alliance farm tires are being engineered to resist stubble damage.
Topics: Alliance Tires, Alliance Tire Americas, Farm Tires, Blog, agricultural industry, agricultural tires, Agriculture, Combine/Harvester Tires, Farming, Alliance Tire Group, Allinace 372, Alliance AgriFlex, Stubble resistance
The trend for agricultural machinery to become increasingly large and powerful might lead farmers to believe that bigger is always better. Though larger machines frequently lead to increases in overall productivity, having the biggest tires may, in fact, reduce the efficiency of your farm equipment. Recently, I helped a customer dispel the mistaken belief that “bigger is better” by outfitting their tractor with the tire size they needed to optimize performance and avoid the other pitfalls that could arise out of “over-tiring” your equipment.
Topics: Alliance Tires, Alliance Tire Americas, Soil Compaction, Farm Tires, Blog, agricultural industry, agricultural tires, Agriculture, Farm Technology, IF/VF Tires, Tractor tires, Farming, Alliance Tire Group, Allinace 372, Alliance AgriFlex, Tractor Tales