Backhoe Tires For Loose Terrain, Hard Surfaces & Everything In-between!


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  • 19.5LR24 BKT RT 747 Agro Industrial Radial R-4 Tires

    19.5LR24 152A8 BKT RT 747 Agro Industrial Radial R-4

    Part Number: 7-536

    $1,115.66 Out Of Stock

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Choosing the Right Backhoe Tire


Backhoe tire selection comes with demanding requirements for operators to reduce cost per hour and increase machine performance. Selecting the right backhoe tires should NOT be a trivial decision. In fact, choosing the right tires will have a positive impact on the contractor's bottom line.

This is why Ken Jones Tires stocks an extensive line of construction tires designed to deliver outstanding performance in a variety of applications. We carry high quality backhoe tires with application specific tread patterns that can fill any operator’s demands. Helping you make an educated decision when buying backhoe tires is our goal. A key factor in the purchasing process should be a backhoe’s “time on terrain”. In other words, where the backhoe will be spending most of its time operating. This is because where the backhoe primarily operates directly affects what type of tread pattern to choose. There are a few different operational job sites that backhoes work in.

Some Job Sites Require Application-Specific Backhoe Tires

Backhoes operate on many different types of surfaces:

  • hard surfaces, such as concrete, asphalt and rock
  • soft surfaces, such as mud, snow and sand
  • delicate terrain, such as turf farms and golf courses

Then there are backhoes that operate in any combination or even all of these environments. Nowadays, tire manufacturers are increasingly engineering different application-specific tread patterns designed to provide outstanding performance on certain terrains. And this makes a lot of sense. For example, a Department of Public Works street repair crew that works on asphalt all day will burn through an “all-terrain” backhoe tire much sooner than one designed to provide extended tread life on hard surfaces. The simple fact is that a tread pattern well-suited for one job site may or may not be a good choice for another. With the growing number of tread patterns available in today's market, it's easy to become a little overwhelmed.

Let Ken Jones help you choose the right backhoe tires

We are here to offer sound advice and help you out with any questions you may have.


Watch the Video Below to Learn How to Close the Right backhoe Tire