Why Buy Firestone Off-the-Road Tires in Harrison?
When you're looking to buy new off-the-road, or OTR, tires in Harrison, you consider four factors: cut resistance, price, traction, and longevity. Does your current off-the-road tire dealer put as much emphasis on these four features as you do? When you visit a certified Firestone off-the-road tire dealer in Harrison, you can bet your bottom line on it. Firestone off-the-road tires deliver toughness and reliability you can trust, from the rock quarry to the dump site. We've been in the business of engineering rugged and time-tested commercial tires for almost a century. Pair our high-quality off-the-road tires with trusted limited warranties* for radial and bias tires, and you have a first-class match. Plus, with more than 2,400 Firestone dealers in North America, we're always ready to offer you the support, inventory, and resources you need to maximize uptime.
What off-the-road Tires Are Available in Harrison?
You don't have the downtime to sort through all of your off-the-road tire options. Not that you even want downtime. You just need to get the job done right. Your nearby Firestone off-the-road tire supplier can help you choose the right off-the-road tires for your equipment, application, and environment. We understand that it's about more than finding a tire with the correct tread depth and design—price matters, too. Here we'll introduce you to the variety of commercial tires available, broken down by equipment type.
Dig, Move, Work: Harrison Backhoe Tires
When it comes to construction equipment, you'd be hard pressed to find something more dynamic than the backhoe. One moment you could be moving loads of rock and the next you could be digging a trench. You need backhoe tires that go where you go. Buy Firestone backhoe tires in Harrison for work-ready, puncture resistant tires. For soft surface work, consider a tire that's especially for stability and traction, like our Radial Duraforce RT Tire. It has a larger footprint to reduce soil compaction and a radial R-4 directional tread design to deliver superior grip and traction. And for more demanding work situations, there are construction tires like the Industrial Special Backhoe Tire, which has a shock stabilized nylon-cord body to protect from punctures and cuts. Whatever the case, turn to your Harrison Firestone off-the-road dealer for backhoe tires that meet you at your point of need.
Dozer & Loader Tires in Harrison
Construction sites are full of all types of heavy equipment, including dozers and loaders. Loaders and dozers move materials into another piece of equipment, or move materials out of the way. Loader/dozer tires assist these handy machines, with features like steel radial casings and deeper tread that help them stand up to ever-changing surfaces and loads. Your Firestone construction tire dealer is the place to go for dozer and loader tires in Harrison, and to talk scraper tires, too.
Scraper Tires in Harrison
When properly equipped, a loader can also act as a scraper. Scrapers are made in all configurations and sizes. Some are self-loading and use an elevator to load material. Others use an attachment that allows two scrapers to work as a self-loading team, which is one of the most efficient systems. These are two loader-scraper configurations. There are many more! No matter the configuration, a scraper usually has to perform one job and do it well: it must move its load to a dumping area. Unlike rigid dump trucks, scrapers don't have to transport loads very far. They're most efficient on short hauls. Firestone has a catalog of scraper tires in Harrison to support your scraper configuration.
Harrison Skid Steer Tires
It can be easy to confuse skid loaders/skid-steer loaders with scrapers if you don't know what you're looking at. A skid loader is more compact. It's primarily used for digging and can be outfitted to push, pull, and lift material. Skid steer loaders are more maneuverable and lighter than tractor front loaders, and they need tires that are equally as versatile. Firestone's selection of skid steer tires in Harrison includes tires like the [content-text-6-6] Firestone's catalog of skid steer tires in Harrison includes tires like the Duraforce DT Skid Steer Tire, with cut resistance for demanding conditions. Call your Harrison off-the-road tire dealer for help picking the best skid steer tires for your application.
Harrison Grader Tires
Around the construction site, you might also need grader tires in Harrison for either construction, road building, or even snow removal. Firestone can help with the right front and rear motor grader tires for your grader application. Our grader tires are resilient, with features like a wide base for added stability And self-cleaning tread allows for slip resistance and excellent traction in wet or soft environments. Ride on Firestone construction tires and your grader can go almost anywhere.
Container Handler Tires in Harrison
Container handler tires are made for less versatile, but equally as functional equipment, like forklifts, straddle carriers, and stack reachers. In other words, equipment that never stops moving, stacking, and carrying. Depending on the exact application and load, you may prefer a container handler tire with super wide tread for payload stability and traction, but limited speed capacity. For applications that require plenty of materials to be moved quickly, though, you'll probably want to look a radial tire that can accommodate high speeds. No matter the load or conditions, you can bet that our inventory of container handler and crane tires in Harrison is ready to deliver. Before they can even be considered for placement on your container handling equipment, they've got to be tested. And they are, at a 350-acre Firestone facility committed to construction tire engineering and testing.
Straddle Carrier Tires in Harrison
Like traditional container handlers, straddle carriers also move containers. They just do so a little differently. A straddle carrier mostly works in rail yards and port terminals to move and stack containers. Instead of carrying containers like a truck would, a straddle carrier picks up the container and carries it from underneath. Straddle carriers eliminate the need for forklifts and cranes. Even though straddle carriers aren't road-going vehicles, they still need to be able to handle challenges like constant changes in load weight and abrasive surroundings. Every Firestone straddle carrier tire for sale in Harrison is field-tested to [content-text-9-8] Each Firestone straddle carrier tire for sale in Harrison is tested to ensure excellent wear resistance and cut protection.
Rigid Dump Truck Tires for Sale in Harrison
Compared to container handler tires, dump truck tires help equipment that moves piles of heavy stuff in tough environments instead of containers of stuff. Dump trucks carry sand, dirt, rocks, broken cement, [content-text-10-2] Dump trucks carry dirt, sand, broken cement, rocks, and really any rubbish that needs to be moved to prepare an area for a job. They typically move lots of heavy materials at surface mines, quarries, steel mills, and salt mines— all locations where construction tires can quickly get beat up. That's why rigid dump trucks need tires that can do more than your average commercial tire. They need tires that can provide long traction and wear, and resist cuts and heat. You can choose from a couple of Firestone rigid dump truck tires in Harrison, like the Super Rock Grip Deep Tread Tire and Super Rock Grip Tire.
Trust Firestone Commercial in Harrison for off-the-road tires and you get more than reliable tires; you get tire solutions and service that take your fleet further. Compare off-the-road tires online. Search by size, equipment, or diameter.
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