Ciano Development Corporation is the one-stop for everything Bobcat related. We buy, sell, and provide rental plans for used Bobcat Skid Steer Loaders. And we sell all available Bobcat attachments and accessories. So if you are ever in need of new Bobcat attachments or some repairs, we would be happy to help. One of the many accessories we sell is replacement tires for your Bobcat Skid Steer Loader. Whether you are a contractor or a landscaper, your Bobcat is your investment, and you don’t want to be slowed down because of worn-down tires; if you need new tires give us a call.
When is it Time for New Bobcat Tires?
There are a variety of signs that your Bobcat needs new tires. However, there is not a one-size-fits-all rule of thumb on when to switch out your tires. That is because tire damage is extremely dependent on how you use your Bobcat. If you are frequently making sharp turns or working in harsh conditions (including snowplowing), you will likely see issues with your tires faster. You can always use a quick visual inspection to check your tires. If there are missing chunks, cracks, or damaged treads are all signs you need new tires.
Other Signs That Your Bobcat Needs New Tires:
There are a few other key signs that your Bobcat Skid Steer Loader needs new tires. If you need new tires, don’t overpay, get your tires from Ciano Development Corporation as well as repair services and other attachments.
- Tread: Pay attention to your tread depth. When a tire has lost 80% or more of its original tread, you are likely going to increase the risk of flats and decrease your skid steer loader’s efficiency. Plus, paying attention to your tread can prevent you from needing an emergency tire change. We recommend that Bobcat owners always have a full set of spare tires that way they can avoid downtime.
- Materials: What you drive over will affect your tires. Driving over rocky or debris-covered surfaces can quickly tear up your tires. If you are consistently driving on uneven or jagged surfaces you should inspect your tires frequently for damage.
- Uneven Wear: If you notice that some of your tires are wearing faster (i.e the back tires are going first or the front tires are going first) you can solve this by rotating the tires. But do not rotate the tires if one of them is already significantly worn down. Uneven tires can cause damage to your skid steer loader as well as the remaining tires.
Buy Bobcat Skid Steer Loader Tires from Ciano Development Corporation in Reading, MA
If you are interested in buying an attachment or tires, please call ahead. We consistently update our inventory, so a quick call can help us plan for your visit and ensure we have what you need. We can help answer any questions you have about your attachment needs. We recommend that every landscaper has a second full set of Bobcat Skid Steer tires especially if they use more than one loader. If you have questions about any of our other attachments, the machinery we trade & sell, or about our rent to own program, please send us a message online.