Choose Firestone for Off-the-Road Tires in Everett
When you're looking to buy new off-the-road, or OTR, tires in Everett, you consider four factors: cut resistance, price, traction, and longevity. Does your current off-the-road tire dealer care as much about these details as you? Work with a Everett Firestone off-the-road tire dealer and the answer to that question is a resounding, "yes." Firestone off-the-road tires offer all-around dependability and toughness you can count on, from the construction site to the quarry. We stand behind our commercial tires, and we have ever since we got into the business close to 100 years ago. Pair our high-quality off-the-road tires with solid off-the-road limited warranties* for radial and bias tires, and you have the perfect 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 tackle the job ahead of you.
Compare Tires in the Everett off-the-road Tire Inventory
There are so many off-the-road tires to choose from and no downtime to think about it. Not that you need downtime. You're dialed into the job of the day. Your nearby Firestone off-the-road tire supplier can help you pick the right off-the-road tires for your application and environment. We know the tread depth and design have to be just right for the application at hand, and all for the right price, too. Here, we'll give you an overview of the variety of heavy-duty tires available for purchase, organized by equipment type.
Backhoe Loader Tires in Everett
The backhoe is one of the most dynamic pieces of construction equipment on the job site. You could be digging a hole in the morning, then moving loads of rock in the afternoon. You need backhoe tires that go where you go. Shop Firestone backhoe tires in Everett for work-ready, puncture resistant tires. If you work on soft surfaces, put the Radial Duraforce RT Tire on the top of your list. It's designed for traction and stability. It has a larger footprint to reduce soil compaction and a radial R-4 directional tread design to deliver superior grip and traction. But for harsher working environments, there are heavy-duty construction tires like the Industrial Special Backhoe Tire. It has a shock fortified nylon-cord body to safeguard against cuts punctures. Either way, your Everett Firestone off-the-road dealer can help you select the best backhoe loader tire for your needs.
Loader & Dozer Tires in Everett
Construction sites require all kinds of heavy equipment to complete the job, including loaders and dozers. Loaders and dozers move materials into another piece of equipment, or move materials out of the way. Dozer/loader tires help these versatile machines, with features like steel radial casings and deeper tread that help them excel despite varying load sizes and surfaces. Talk to your Firestone construction tire dealer for more information about loader and dozer tires in Everett, and whether you might need scraper tires, too.
Scraper Tires in Everett
Outfit your loader and it can work also work as a scraper. Scrapers come in all sizes and configurations. 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. But there are many other scraper-loader configurations. 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. Contrary to rigid dump trucks, scrapers only have to transport their loads a short distance. They do their best work when they don't have to go very far. Firestone has scraper tires in Everett to match almost any scraper configuration.
Skid Steer Tires in Everett
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 lift, push, and pull material. Skid steer loaders are more maneuverable and lighter than tractor front loaders, and they require comparably versatile tires. Firestone's selection of skid steer tires in Everett includes tires like the [content-text-6-6] Firestone's catalog of skid steer tires in Everett includes tires like the Duraforce DT Skid Steer Tire, with cut resistance for demanding conditions. Talk to your Everett off-the-road tire dealer for help selecting the best skid steer tires for your multi-use equipment.
Grader Tires in Everett
You might also need grader tires in Everett for road building, construction, or 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 enhanced rubber compounds that allow for wear resistance to cutting and chipping. And self-cleaning tread allows for slip resistance and excellent traction in wet or soft environments. It doesn't matter where your grader needs to go. With Firestone construction tires, you can get there.
Container Handler Tires for Sale in Everett
Container handler tires are designed for less dynamic, 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 might prefer a container handler tire with extra wide tread for traction and payload stability, but minimal speed capabilities. 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. Whatever the load or conditions, you can trust that our supply of container handler and crane tires in Everett is ready to get your job done right. Plus, all of our tires must be tested before they head to our dealers. And they are, at a 350-acre Firestone facility committed to construction tire engineering and testing.
Straddle Carrier Tires in Everett
Straddle carriers also handle containers, but differently than traditional container handlers. A straddle carrier works in port terminals and rail yards to move and stack containers. It picks up and moves the container from underneath, as opposed to carrying it on top like a truck. There's no need for cranes and forklifts when you have straddle carriers. 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 Everett is field-tested to [content-text-9-8] Each Firestone straddle carrier tire for sale in Everett is tested to ensure outstanding wear resistance and cut protection.
Rigid Dump Truck Tires in Everett
While container handler tires support machines that move containers of stuff, dump truck tires support trucks that move piles of heavy stuff in hard places. 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 steel mills, quarries, salt mines, and surface mines— all places where construction tires can easily be damaged. That's one reason rigid dump trucks need tires that can do more than your average commercial tire. They need tires that can resist heat and cuts, and provide long wear and traction. The Firestone inventory of rigid dump truck tires in Everett includes stand-out performers, like the Super Rock Grip Deep Tread Tire and Super Rock Grip Tire.
Go with Firestone Commercial for off-the-road tires in Everett and you get more than trustworthy tires; you get tire solutions and service that take your fleet further. Browse off-the-road tires online. Search by equipment, size, or tire diameter.
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