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  1. Why not just slap any old tire on your lawn and garden equipment?

    Why not just slap any old tire that fits on your lawn and garden equipment? For those of you who are very familiar with these types of tires….maybe you can go get a cup of coffee and kick back. But it won’t hurt to review this later. You might learn something new. For those of you who are like Sargent Shultz from the 60’s TV show, Hogan’ Heroes who answered, “I know NOTH-ING” this is for you.

    October 17, 2017 Posted in lawn and garden
  2. What’s up with the prices of lawn and garden tires?

    Most of the truck and car tire manufacturers have raised prices beginning in January this year with more companies following suit through June. That might make one think that costs of lawn and garden tires would do the same thing, but “surprise!, surprise!, surprise!” as Gomer used to say…as of September 2017 there have been no announcements of lawn and garden tire price increases.

    September 22, 2017 Posted in lawn and garden
  3. The Best Golf Cart Tire For Your Golf Car: Carlisle Link Sport

    S & S Tire Co. just purchased more than 15,000 Carlisle Link Sport golf cart tires, and have slashed prices to pass savings on to their customers.

    February 09, 2016 Posted in lawn and garden
  4. How to Choose the Right Solid Bike Tire Size and Mount It

    Are you ready to go flat-free with a solid Amerityre bike tire, but aren't sure what size to get?

    November 29, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  5. Celebrates its Grand Opening

    The easiest way to find specialty tires for lawn mowers, golf carts, ATVs and more. celebrates its grand opening today. The new website offers specialty tires and wheels for all types of off-road, recreational, turf, and utility vehicles. As the premier online dealer of Amerityre Solid Tires, Carlisle, Greenball GBC, ITP, and Wheelmate products, strives to help customers easily find the best tires for their needs with helpful articles answering common questions and toll-free customer service.

    October 20, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  6. Carlisle LinkSport: The New Best Golf Cart Tire

    Carlisle's new LinkSport 18x8.50-8 Golf Cart Tire has pushed the edge of the golf cart tire industry again, leading the way with an advanced new design. If you're looking for the best golf cart tire, it's impossible to go wrong with a LinkSport!

    September 30, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  7. Different Brands, Same Size... Or Is It?

    When you make the decision to purchase new tires you may think any tire with the same size on the sidewall will do. Unfortunately, different brands have different standards. An example goes like this: with a 4.80/4.00-8, the 4.80 inches is the height. With one brand the height could be 4.80 inches, another could be 4.90, or even 5.0.

    August 09, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  8. Why Switch From Original Tires?

    The tires that come on a particular piece of equipment are what the manufacturer intended. In the old days, people would purchase new tires as soon as they bought a new car or truck, because the OE (original equipment) tires were of lower quality. Today, that is not true. Most OE tires are of high quality and do not need to be replaced immediately.

    August 09, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  9. PSI: Make Sure Your Tires Are Perfectly Inflated

    Getting knocked on your butt by an exploding tire is no fun, not to mentioned extremely dangerous and potentially deadly. Make sure you do not exceed the maximum PSI recommended for each tire. Also, make sure that when inflating, you use the maximum PSI your equipment manufacturer recommends as your guide. Underinflated tires will not wear properly and you will not get your money’s worth if they don’t have enough air in them.

    August 09, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  10. When Should You Replace Your Tires?

    The obvious time to replace a tire is when it will no longer hold air or the tread wears out. The rubber in most tires will last at least 5 to 6 years. Keep in mind that heavy use will reduce the time the tread or sidewall of a tire can survive.

    August 09, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  11. Tread Depths: Deeper Down the Rabbit Hole

    A deeper tread depth will provide more traction for any tire and also do more damage to the surface it is rolling over. For instance, a golf cart or mower tire with a deep tread will leave marks on the grass. Many up-scale golf courses do not want such marks left of their grass and may not tolerate a tread depth of my than 4/32nds. The mowers used to cut greens use smooth tires. If you are stupid enough to drive on the green with your golf cart, the course manager will toss you out and send you a bill for repairs. Link to example products.

    August 09, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  12. Plies and Ply Ratings: Bigger, Stronger, Faster

    Plies are the thicknesses of material used to build a tire—plies give strength, which is why the strength of a tire is determined by the number of plies and the material that’s used for the plies. They are anchored on each sidewall and go across go from one sidewall across where the tread will be and down the other sidewall. When tires were first invented, cotton was used for the plies, and large tire manufacturers built entire towns around their cotton plantations. Now, exotic materials like polyester and nylon used in the construction of tires.

    August 09, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  13. Leaving No Trace: Non-Marking Golf Cart Tires

    There are tires available for golf carts that will not leave black marks on solid surfaces. These tires are called gray or non-marking tires. Non-marking tires are used on golf carts and transport vehicles at airports, on pathways at golf courses and anywhere indoors where scuff marks would be unsightly. In addition to gray and non-marking pneumatic tires, all solid Amerityres are non-marking, and offer a variety of other benefits.

    August 09, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  14. The Best Way to Wash Tires

    We all learned how to wash tires the first time we helped dad wash the car. A bucket of water, soap, and a good brush still work the best! However, some of you are into the most hi-tech devices in existence, and you may attempt to use a power washer… NOT A GOOD IDEA! The pulsating action of the power washer when it’s close to anything will cause damage. Remember—steel belted doesn’t mean the surface of the sidewall is made of steel! If you’re still determined to use a power washer, at least make sure the nozzle is a foot away from the surface of the tire to be safer.

    August 09, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  15. How to Replace a Wheelbarrow Tire

    Replacing a wheelbarrow tire is easy, as long as you have the proper wrench for the job.

    August 07, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  16. Proper Tread Selection for Riding Mowers

    Tread patterns for riding lawnmowers are generally offered in two designs: rib and traction tread.

    August 07, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  17. How to Patch a Golf Cart Tire

    We urge you not to attempt to patch your golf cart tire at home. Most people do not have the equipment to do this safely. Our suggestion is to use the instructions on how to replace a golf cart tire to remove the wheel and then take it to a tire store to have it patched or a new tire installed on the wheel.

    August 07, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  18. Understanding Lawn Mower Tires: From Shoulders to Treads

    A lot goes into choosing a proper lawn mower tires. That’s why it’s crucial to understand the two basic areas: the shoulders and the treads. Find out the essentials in this straightforward article on lawn mower tires!

    August 07, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  19. Size Does Matter: A Short Explanation of Tire Sizes

    The size of the tire is located on the sidewall. It should be in raised letters and numbers and is easy to see. If your eyesight is anything like the writer’s, you might need a magnifying glass to see it. All measurements are in inches, except for one kind of tire which we will get to in a minute.

    August 07, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  20. Tire Prices Keep Rising

    The tire industry is experiencing price increases from tire manufacturers at a record pace. Virtually all are in the midst of a second round of increases in the last six months. This comes at a time of one of the worst recessions in the last 70 years, where unemployment is said to be just below 10% range.

    August 07, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  21. Tips for Buying the Best Wheelbarrow Tire

    Wheelbarrows generally have one of two tire sizes. Smaller ones have a 4.00-6 tire, and usually the tread has circumferential grooves, referred to in the industry as a “ribbed tread.” There are not a lot of options for this size.

    August 07, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  22. Wheelchairs Can't Afford Flat Tires

    Anyone who has ever spent any time in a wheelchair will tell you the last thing they want to deal with is a flat tire. Imagine Aunt Mary or Uncle Fred tooling down the sidewalk on their electric wheelchair and all of a sudden they have a blowout. Now, most wheelchairs don’t do over about a couple of miles per hour so the damage won’t be serious, but the inconvenience is a serious disruption in their lives. No matter what put you or your loved one in a wheelchair, there should never be a need to worry about flats.

    August 07, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  23. What You Need To Know About Mounting Solid Tires

    Installing a solid tire on a wheel is difficult if you do not have the right mounting equipment. If you hire someone to mount it for you, the cost may exceed the price of a tire/wheel combination.

    August 07, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  24. What You Need To Know Before You Buy A Solid Wheelbarrow Tire

    Once you’ve made the decision to switch from an air-filled to solid wheelbarrow tire, there are several things you need to be aware of.

    August 07, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  25. Choose Solid Tires and You'll Never Have to Choose Again

    If you are reading this, you have at least some interest in solid tires. Let’s take a look at solid flat free tires as if none of you know anything about them. The solid flat free tire we are going to look at is made by a company in Boulder City, Nevada called Amerityre. The reason we are talking about Amerityres and not some other brand is because they use closed cell polyurethane construction, which is unique to any solid tire construction.

    August 07, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  26. Keep Your Lawnmower Rolling with Solid Lawn Mower Tires

    Every Thursday, at about seven in the morning, you might hear them out there. No, it’s not the CIA in their black helicopters; it’s the lawn crew mowing my lawn. We don’t really pay attention to the machines that keep our yards looking great, but the lawn mowers are very important. When one of these machines has a flat, it stops the whole process and the guy driving the lawn mower will be sitting around until the tire is repaired. One person estimated a flat on a commercial lawn mower would cost at least $100 in down time—talk about waste!

    August 07, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  27. Flat Hand Truck Tires Equal Broken Goods

    Just imagine: you’re on the stairs, hauling up your new refrigerator. It’s carefully loaded onto your hand truck, and another guy is below helping to guide this monstrosity. What happens next is unsettling to say the least. The tire goes kablam! and the fridge slides down the stairs, and your friend is merely a grease spot on the staircase. We exaggerate a bit, but this could happen! Safety is a serious issue when it comes to moving heavy weight.

    August 07, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  28. Going Green with Recyclable Amerityre Solid Tires

    Tires aren’t usually seen as the most eco-friendly invention in the world. Take, for instance, the very commonly shown symbol of a tire fire with massive plumes of thick black smoke billowing into the atmosphere. Once a tire graveyard catches fire, it is virtually impossible to put out. For some reason, the tires burn….and burn…and burn….for days, sometimes weeks or months.

    August 07, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  29. A Flat On Your Golf Cart Won't Raise Your Score, But It Will Raise Your Blood Pressure

    You're in the middle of the once in lifetime golf round. You’ve got a hole in one and your score is heading for an all time low. Then, be it karma or sheer bad luck, one of the tires on your golf cart goes flat. You bend a few clubs around the nearest tree and scare the devil out of the rest of your foursome. In another scenario, one of your customers at your golf course may even go ballistic when his golf cart has a flat.

    August 07, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  30. Over The Hills and Through The Woods and BLAM! Your Bike Tire Blows—Get a Solid Bike Tire!

    It’s a beautiful afternoon and you are on a bike ride. The breeze blows through your hair as the sun peaks out from fluffy white clouds above. Next thing you know, your bike explodes under you and you tumble to the ground—your tire blew! What a bummer. Now you have to find a place to get it patched, or if you have the equipment with you, make the repair yourself.

    August 07, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  31. Fixing Flat Wheelbarrow Tires for Good

    Imagine…you have a full wheelbarrow full of wet cement headed around the back of the house and the tire goes flat? Or…grandma has a load of leaves in her little wheelbarrow and her tire goes flat?

    August 07, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  32. How to Change a Riding Mower Tire

    Changing a riding mower or garden tractor tire is similar to changing your car's tire. Some mowers have a series of lug nuts that attach the wheel to the machine, while others only have one bolt. Check your mower to find out which type it is, and use the correct tool for the job.

    August 07, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  33. How to Change a Golf Cart Tire

    Have you ever changed the tire of your car? Changing a golf cart tire is pretty much the same. That said, use the same precautions when doing the job.

    August 07, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  34. Choosing the Right Lawn Mower Tire

    Optimal mowing means more than passively sitting back as the machine does all the work. Instead, you’ve got to be proactive about getting the best for both your lawn and your mower. That said, here are the things you should consider when it is time to replace the tires on your lawn mower, garden tractor, or utility vehicle.

    August 07, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  35. Everything You Need to Know About Trailer Tires

    Just like your mower, having the right tires for your trailer is crucial for efficiency, effectiveness, and safety. Below, you’ll find the answers you need to make the right decision in trailer tire choice.

    August 07, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  36. How to Choose the Right Size of Amerityre Solid Tire & Wheel Assembly

    Are you ordering a solid Amerityre flat-free tire and wheel assembly, but aren't sure what size is right for your specialty vehicle? Jo Dee walks you through the 3 easy things you need to measure to know what size you need in this YouTube video.

    July 15, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  37. finalist for Better Business Bureau’s Best Ethics Award

    Our parent company was recently honored to be chosen as one of three finalists for the 2012 “Best Ethics” Award. The competition was stiff, with over 300 companies in the running and only 15 making the finals with us.

    May 24, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  38. How to Mount an Amerityre Solid Tire

    Are you thinking about buying an Amerityre Solid Tire and mounting it yourself? Watch this video to learn what equipment is necessary and how solid tire mounting is done!

    May 20, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  39. Customize Your Golf Cart: Start with Tires and Wheels

    You may be one of those guys who didn’t get to soup up your Camero or Mustang, so you want to make that golf cart as jazzy as you can. There are a lot of things that can be done to a golf cart from the ground up to accomplish your goal.

    January 28, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden
  40. Choose the Right Golf Cart Tire Tread

    Optimizing your golf cart can be a bit tricky, especially when you consider that golf cart tires come in several different treads. They range from straight ribbed tire tread patterns to treads that are way more aggressive. But remember—the golf pro at your course is not going to be happy if you tear up the fairways with a really aggressive tread! Although golf carts are a great vehicle for running around the neighborhood, in some states you will see golf carts on the golf course and nowhere else.

    January 28, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden

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