Tractor Tire Sizing prior to 1955 7-24 8-24 9-24 10-24 11-24 12-24 13-24 14-24 15-24 … 13.6–28. 13.6R28. 340/85R28. View Tubes. 13–28. 14.9/12-28. 14.9-28. 14.9R28. 380/85R28. View Tubes. 14-28. 16.9/14-28. 16.9-28. 16.9R28. 420/85R28. View Tubes. 15-28.
Below is a chart to convert your bias tire size to a radial size for tractor tires.
13.6-28 Farm and Tractor Tires
The Firestone Super All Traction II tire features a 23 degree modern tread design to maximize traction and improve transport ride. Your Price: $495.09. Out of Stock. 13.6-28 BKT TR-135 Farm Tractor Tire (8 Ply) (TT) The BKT TR-135 farm tractor tire is a heavy duty drive tire with dual angled tread lugs. Your Price:
Tractor tire sizes can be written in many different formats. Sometimes you will see a size written like 11.2×24 or you may see it like 11.2-24. Use the table below to help you find radial tire size …
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What kind of tractor tires fit a 13 6 28?
13.6-28 Tractor Tires Looking for a 13.6-28 tractor tire, then you have come to the right place. Pete’s Tire Barns stocks tires in many different styles and brands to fit this size. Tractor tires from brands like BKT, Carlisle, Firestone, Nokian and more.
What is the size of a tire on a tractor?
Tractor tire sizes can be written in many different formats. Sometimes you will see a size written like 11.2×24 or you may see it like 11.2-24. Use the table below to help you find radial tire size equivalents and metric conversions.
What kind of tire is a 6 ply tractor tire?
13.6-28 Firestone Turf Non-Skid Tractor Tire (6 Ply) (TT) With a non-aggressive multi-block tread design for excellent forward, reverse and lateral traction, the Firestone Turf Non Skid Tractor Tire is perfect for tractors that are used in sandy areas, airports, golf courses, cemetery and highway maintenance Your Price: $713.85 Out of Stock.
How do you convert metric to inches on a tractor tire?
Metric Tractor Tire Size Conversion Locate your tire size on the sidewall of the tire. The first number represents the overall WIDTH when mounted and inflated to the proper air pressure but it is measured in millimeters. Divide this number by 25.4 to convert to inches.