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Sep 23, 2020 12:55:49 PM

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Air, Solid, and Foam-Filled Telehandler Tires

The Pros and Cons of the Different Types of Telehandler Tires 

Telehandler owners/operators ask a lot of their tires—they need to transmit a machine’s power, provide stability when moving a load at height, operate in a variety of terrains, and stand up to regular use. Consequently, equipping a telehandler with the right tire will have an enormous effect on its performance, improving everything from productivity and safety to profit. But what type of telehandler tire to choose?

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Topics: Alliance Tires, Alliance Tire Americas, Blog, Construction Industry, Construction, Construction Tires, Solid Tires, ATG, Telehandler Tires

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May 13, 2020 11:21:53 AM

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What’s the Difference Between G, L, and E Rated Tires?

Grader, Loader, and Earth Mover Tires 

Today’s construction sites are home to a wide array of specialized machinery, with each piece of equipment designed to handle the unique challenges facing it. Similarly, the tires for specialized construction equipment are also engineered to stand up to the distinct demands placed on them—after all, a dump truck carrying heavy loads at high speeds has different needs than a grader traveling at slow speeds.  

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Topics: Galaxy Tires, Alliance Tire Americas, Construction, Construction Tires, Alliance Tire Group, ATG, Galaxy ROTR, L-5 tire, L-4 tire

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May 7, 2020 12:59:18 PM

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Why Switch Compact Construction Equipment to Radial Tires?

How Radial Tires Can Improve the Performance of Your Construction Equipment 

Compact construction equipment like backhoes, telehandlers, industrial tractors, and skid steers have traditionally been fitted with bias-ply tires, due in large part to their lower up-front cost. However, just because a tire costs less at the dealer, doesn’t mean it’s the most affordable option over the long haul. Radial tires have numerous advantages over their bias counterparts which allow them to last longer and perform better—reducing the tire’s expense over its lifetime and earning you more. 

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Topics: Alliance Tires, Alliance Tire Americas, Blog, Construction, Alliance 550, Alliance, Construction Tires, Alliance Tire Group, ATG, Alliance 585

Posted by The ATA Team

Oct 4, 2019 11:42:58 AM

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New Backhoe Radial Rounds Out Alliance Tire's Performance-Boosting Lineup

Alliance Introduces a New Radial Backhoe Tire 

Alliance Tire Americas is introducing its new radial Alliance 585 multi-surface backhoe/loader tire, which employs a unique block-lug hybrid design and steel-belted construction to deliver higher performance and longer service life than bias-ply tires. The company is pricing its new, steel-belted Alliance 585 radial backhoe/loader tire aggressively to reduce the current barriers preventing construction machinery owners from adopting radial tire technology.

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Topics: Alliance Tires, Alliance Tire Americas, Construction, Press Release, Alliance, Construction Tires, Alliance Tire Group, ATG

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Jun 19, 2019 2:13:05 PM

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Choosing Between Solid and Foam-Filled Tires

Why You Should Choose a Solid Tire for Your Skid Steer 

More and more industries are turning to skid steers to handle difficult jobs in demanding terrain that challenges even the toughest tires. Between the sidewall-slashing and puncture-threatening debris found on demolition sites and in recycling centers, and the wicked wear caused by hard surface use, skid steer operators in the past would fill their pneumatic tires with foam to maximize uptime and prevent flat tires on the job site.

Since the recent popularization of solid skid steer tires, operators have a choice of whether to upgrade their fleet to solid tires or continue the older practice of foam-filling pneumatic tires. Here are a few reasons we believe will make choosing a solid tire (hopefully from Galaxy) a no-brainer.

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Topics: Galaxy Tires, Alliance Tire Americas, Skid Steer Tires, Blog, Construction Industry, Construction, waste industry, recycling industry, Construction Tires, Solid Tires