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    Default No Flat Tires - Anyone running on tractor or construction equipment

    I mentioned in another thread, I'm purchasing a place that comes with a JD 4240 and a mustang skidsteer 2040. Both are going to need new tires. Does anyone have experience with no flat tires? Do you like them?

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    Default Re: No Flat Tires - Anyone running on tractor or construction equipment

    No flat tires will typically ride really rough and offer very little flotation. They're designed more for demo work. Foam filled tires aren't quite as bad, but still ride pretty rough. You may be interested in Michelin's Tweel for your skid steer. Pricey, but they look to work pretty well.
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    Default Re: No Flat Tires - Anyone running on tractor or construction equipment

    Wow those look cool. Thanks

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    Default Re: No Flat Tires - Anyone running on tractor or construction equipment

    Quote Originally Posted by RDrancher View Post
    No flat tires will typically ride really rough and offer very little flotation. They're designed more for demo work. Foam filled tires aren't quite as bad, but still ride pretty rough. You may be interested in Michelin's Tweel for your skid steer. Pricey, but they look to work pretty well.
    Welcome to Michelin Tweel Technologies, Skid Steer Tires, Flat Proof Skid Steer Tires, No Flat Skid Steer Tires, Long Life Skid Steer Tires, Puncture Proof Skid Steer Tires, Skid Steer Tires Without Air, Michelin Tweel
    John, thanks for posting I hadn't seen those before.

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