Garden Equipment Tires

Garden Equipment Tire Tips for Landscapers and Lawn Care Professionals

Tires-Easy Lawn and Garden tires, Radial Tires, Tire Buying Guide, Trailer Tires

When your livelihood depends on the performance of your equipment, you can’t take risks or cut corners. Professional landscapers and lawn care companies demand a lot from their trailers and equipment. Typically, the trailer tires and garden equipment tire used by commercial operations are  larger, and the equipment is heavier than what the average homeowner uses to maintain a private …

Garden Equipment Tire Tips for Landscapers and Lawn Care Professionals was last modified: May 17th, 2017 by Tires-Easy

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DOT Date Code & Tire Age Explained

Tires-Easy Radial Tires, Tire Buying Guide, Tire Safety, Tire Technology

How Old Are My Tires? DOT Date Code Tells You Are you concerned about the age of your tires? Worry no more! After this quick guide you will clearly understand how to find the manufacture date of your tire and understand how Tires-Easy handles tire age based on the DOT Date Code. To find your tires age you need to …

DOT Date Code & Tire Age Explained was last modified: October 3rd, 2016 by Tires-Easy

Trailer Tires

Valleys, Creases, Ripples and Indentations on My Tire Sidewall

Tires-Easy Radial Tires

It is not uncommon to find creases, ripples, valleys or waves of indentations on the sidewall of your radial tires. On smaller tires, they can sometimes be very delicate and easy to miss. On larger tires, they might stand out and be quite obvious, even from a distance. These creases are known in the tire business as sidewall undulations. Sidewall …

Valleys, Creases, Ripples and Indentations on My Tire Sidewall was last modified: April 15th, 2016 by Tires-Easy

Radial Ply Tires

Your Tires Internal Construction, It’s Radial

Tires-Easy Radial Tires, Tire Sizes

98% of the passenger cars on the road today have radial ply tires. Radial is what the “R” in the tire size stands for and refers to the tires internal construction. The internal construction of a tire is important as it is what helps reinforced and strengthen the tire. The inside of the tire is made up of plies of …

Your Tires Internal Construction, It’s Radial was last modified: December 14th, 2016 by Tires-Easy