Select Solid Skid Steer Tires By Size
Find the best solid tires for your skid steer. Below are selections of the most common solid skid steer tire sizes (with quick reference to pneumatic sizes). Click on the sizes to see what tire options we offer. For a full list of tire sizes, see the chart further down the page.
Solid Pneumatics vs. Pneumatic
- Solids: Reduce downtime due to flats (airless tires)
- Solids: For safety (no tire blowouts)
Solid Skid Steer Tire Capacity
|Size||Rim Width||OD (in.)||Tread Width (in.)||6 mph||16 mph||Weight (lbs.)|
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Data may vary by manufacturer and compound. Information is provided as a general guide only. If size is not listed, please call toll-free 877-895-1118.
There are two types of solid skid steer tires including press-on rubber tire assemblies and molded solid tire assemblies.
1 - Solid Press-On Assemblies
Wheel and tire are separate components
- Easier to dispose of the steel and the rubber when consumed. The rubber and steel is easily separated for recycling.
- Rubber can be replaced with an industrial press, reusing the steel wheel
- Can choose either smooth or traction rubber on the same wheel minimizing tire wear for the application
2 - Solid Molded Assemblies
Wheel and tire are one component and can not be changed independently
- Usually less expensive
- Can have more usable rubber
- Disposal is a proble and rubber and metal wheel can not be easily separated
Typical Solid Skid Steer Applications
Combine the scrap metal operations with glass, concrete, diapers and anything else that comes along and you have waste management. Add the hazards plus enormous volume and you have a need for tough tires that wear like iron, won't go flat, and need to be kind to equipment operators 24 hours a day. Solideal Solid SKS tires go over, (and through) just about anything all day long.
Articulated loaders, slow speed dump trucks, large fork trucks, or skid steer loaders working in high hazard, slow speed environments like demolition, recycling and foundries need Solideal Solid SKS to keep going longer with less downtime.
Scrap metal operations are not kind to tires. Articulated loaders, skid steer machines and newly designed mobile cranes require the toughest tires available. Clearly, only Solideal Solid SKS has any business here.
Where clearances are tight, loads extreme, the road uneven, and downtime costly, the Solideal Solid SKS means you stay on line day in and day out.
- Demolition Sites
- Glass Handling
- Heavy Industrial
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