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Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by martinez, May 21, 2006.
does anyone have a preference about tires? or experience good or bad??
on what ??
I like my AG's...
I always end up buying round ones, they seem to work the best.
On my cars, I want nothing but Grand Touring All Season. GTA's rule!
On the trailer, I like the radial heavy-duty 100-dollar tire, much better than bias-ply and it is firm and lasts a long time.
On the truck, I don't know because I drive it very nice and I've never had to replace them, I usually buy another truck before I have to shell out 600 dollars for the cheap ones.
On the mowers, get round ones
I used to run turf savers but they would just barely make a season and be as smooth as a baby's bottom come december. Switched to turf masters years ago and they last at least 1200 hrs and still have some tread left and the cost is around $25 installed on the rim if I recall correctly. They will tear the turf up easily when new but get better with age and will also sling any mud or grass in the lugs a good long ways so stay in the grass going back to the truck. This is on wb's. On my rider it is the same story. Carlisle I belive is the brand.
Carlisle & Kendra