On-site tire replacement service
We understand a flat or damaged tire affects your overall productivity. With our mobile forklift tire replacement service - we can get your equipment back up and running as soon as possible. From pneumatic and cushion, to non-marking and other speciality tires, we've got the tires you need from the brands you trust.
- On-site, mobile tire press service
- CDL-licensed tire press technicians
- Robust inventory of premium forklift tires
- Press trucks fully stocked with tools & hardware
- Same-week installation on in-stock tires
- Planned Maintenance (PM) plan options available
Types of Forklift Tires
Cushion tires are composed of solid rubber are directly pressed onto the wheel. The smooth, non-traction surface of a cushion tire makes them ideal for indoor or paved applications. They sit lower to the ground and offer a smaller turning radius which makes them excellent for maneuvering tight spaces.
Pneumatic Tires (Solid)
Solid pneumatic tires are made up of solid rubber, wider and treaded, making them ideal for outdoor environments. The initial investment is higher than that of a cushion tire, but they are extremely durable and have a long life span because they can't pop or puncture.
Pneumatic Tires (Air)
Air pneumatic tires are made of rubber, but much like a car tire, they are filled up with air. They are made of strong, long-lasting rubber and have a deep tread making them ideal for rugged, outdoor terrain. Air pneumatic tires also tend to have a bouncier ride than cushion or solid pneumatic tires.
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how to know when it's time to replace your forklift tires
1. Tires are worn over the wear line
Many forklift tires have a wear line, often called the 50% wear line. When the wear of your tires reaches that line, it’s time to replace.
If pieces, or chunks, of your forklift tires are falling off, that’s a good sign you need to replace them.
3. Tearing on the tires
Similar to chunking, if your tires are tearing off in spots, they need to be replaced.
4. Flat spots
Your tires should be round, if they're flat in any place, it's time to replace them.