New forestry equipment and new tires

When you invest in new equipment you need to also make sure that you equip it with the best possible forestry tires that will make sure that you get the most out of your new equipment. The tires will translate the best out of your equipment and make sure that it can manage through difficult terrain and have sufficient grip to get the job done. Without proper tires the new equipment might not even be able to demonstrate what it is capable of doing.

Tires are meant to wear over time and you need to make sure that you check the tread depth so you know when you change them and check the tires for any damages, like cuts or cracks. You will need to make sure that the tires will not cause any problems, as any type of failure will be very costly. Regardless if you use cut-to-length or full-tree technology, the requirements on the tires are high. Both the environment and the weather conditions can be very harsh and these are not factors that you stop or delay your work.

Skidder tires are some of the biggest tires out there for some of the biggest machines. They will need to maneuver through the forest while pulling big trees. This requires extreme grip through a rough and harsh conditions. There shouldn’t be any conditions too rough for these tires to get the job done. This is why you will need to put some time into selecting the best tires. Currently the best tires comes from the global market leader in forestry tires, Nokian Tyres, where the Nokian Logger King LS-2 is a real beast when it comes to skidder tires.

With these tires on your skidder, you will have a tire that is built to last, with steel breakers for extreme puncture resistance with ultra durable high strength multilayer carcass. These tires have excellent grip to ensure that you can speed up the work to make sure that you have a high output combined with low downtime due to tire problems. The Nokian Tyres range has tires for a wide range of forest equipment. Check the technical tire manual to see the full range of tires, to make the best selection for your machine and to suit the challenges that you have within your forest work.

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