Aerial Lift

Tires for Telehandler, Boom Lift & Aerial Lifts

The right aerial lift tire, which includes boom lift tires and telehandler tires, can offer equipment operators better reliability, traction, more comfortable ride, and lower cost of ownership. Tire manufacturers have tested and adjusted rubber compounds and altered the designs of treads and sidewalls to improve tire performance for these machines. Proper sizing, tread design, and load capacity considerations can make the difference to your bottom line. We know the equipment, we understand your applications, and that makes us the best source when you are searching for replacement tires for all of your equipment.

Best Selection and Best Brands- In Stock and Ready to Ship

Offering customers options is a priority for us. We stock the full line of the best brands in the industry, such as BKT, OTR Wheel Engineering, Galaxy, Primex, Alliance, Titan and more. We like to offer "good, better, and best" options when ever possible. While some companies may offer you only one or two brands, or just what they have in stock, Ken Jones will search their nationwide network to help help you find the right product.

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With distribution points across the US, we are able to get your products to you quickly!

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Telehandler Tires, Boom Lift Tires & Aerial Lift Tires

Best Selection of Tires for:

  • Aerial lifts
  • Boom Lifts
  • Telehandlers
  • Man Lifts
  • Genie Lifts

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Hard to find tires are our specialty…tire dealers turn to us to find what they need and you can too!

Three Types of Tires for Telehandlers Available

The three types of tires that are available for telehandlers are pneumatic (air filled), foam filled, and solid rubber. Each type has its advantages and disadvantages. *IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ALL TYPES OF TELEHANDLER TIRES: All the tires on a single machine must be the same type. You cannot, mix and match different kinds of tires on the same telehandler. All tires must meet the equipment manufacturer’s specifications. Some telehandler manufacturers have one operating chart for units equipped with heavier foam-filled or solid-rubber tires, and a different chart for units equipped with pneumatic tires. Pneumatic tires are commonly chosen for telehandlers because they cost the least and offer the best flotation on soft ground. Though the price can vary greatly; one set of 4 pneumatic tires will cost about about 70 percent of the cost of foam-filled tires, or 40 to 50 percent of the cost of solid rubber tires.

Huge Inventory, Fast Shipping and exceptional customer service is why Ken Jones Tires makes it EASY to BUY Telehandler Tires, Boom Lift Tires & Aerial Lift Tires online.!