Get Over Your Bias. Go Radial.
Here are five reasons your farm should switch from bias to radial tires.
Because the construction of radials allow the sidewall and tread to function independently, this lends flexibility and strength to the tire, resulting in increased durability and improved tread wear.
REDUCED SOIL COMPACTION
Radials can operate at lower inflation pressures, creating a wider footprint, which distributes weight more uniformly over a larger area, resulting in less soil compaction for greater yields.
BETTER COMFORT ON THE ROAD
The increased sidewall flex of radials absorbs shocks and impacts, giving the operator a smoother, more superior ride.
Radials offer a greater, more uniform tire footprint, allowing the tread to hold evenly and more firmly on the ground. More rubber on the ground means less slippage and more traction.
Wider footprint, thoughtful construction and increased flexibility allows more work to get done in the field in less time, proving radial's superior performance over its bias counterpart.
FIRESTONE MINUTE BY FIRESTONE AG: BIAS VS. RADIAL TIRES
Learn the differences between Firestone Bias and Firestone Radial tires to determine which is best for the job.