Running a farm is no easy task. There is a lot to manage—from crops, to livestock, to staff, not to mention coordinating feedings, milking, or harvests. There’s a lot to think about. The tires on your farm equipment shouldn't be one of those things.
Behind every farm is a range of equipment that keeps it running smoothly. Without proper equipment, a farm cannot run. Even more important is proper tires for your equipment. It doesn’t matter how good your equipment is—without quality tires, it can’t run. Don’t neglect your ag tires.
Childs Tire can assist you in with finding tires for all of their farming and agricultural equipment. Call us if you live in O'Fallon, St. Charles, or Wentzville, MO.
We stock farm and agricultural tires from the top names in the industry, so you know you're getting quality from a reputable dealer, where quality is never compromised.
Our farm tires are specifically designed to handle higher-capacity jobs performed by farm equipment. They are tougher than regular tires, with added traction and improved wear, improved load carrying capabilities and a reduction in soil compaction. All of our ag tires assure you’ll get long tread life, which means your equipment will be running longer.
We stock agricultural tires for a wide variety of farming equipment—no machine is too large! Whether you need farm tires for 1 or 20 pieces of equipment, one of our professional staff can help you locate the right tire for your agricultural needs.
It is very important to note that farm and agricultural equipment is designed to handle 1 specific tire size. Damage to your equipment as well as potential injury could occur from incorrectly sized AG tires being placed on your equipment. Always replace a tire with another tire of exactly the same bead diameter designation and suffix letters.
If you are unsure of the tire size your equipment needs, a member of our staff can assist you with locating the correct size tire for your equipment.
To help you locate the right replacement farm tire, our sales staff will want to know the size of the tire, the size of the rim, the overall diameter, maximum load carrying capacity, and tire type (radial or bias). Call us at (636) 272-6565 now to find the farm tires you need in O'Fallon.
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