TY Cushion Tire, LLC

2275 E. Francis St.
Ontario, CA
US, 91671

Company Description:

TY Cushion Tire is the innovator of the solid cushion tire line. Our skid-steer tire line was the first to introduce the "Aperature Structure" solid tire. This unique structure allows the solid tire to ride like a regular pneumatic tire without the hassle of puncture tires. By reducing the amount of rubber used on the solid tire, it allows us to reduce total weight (including wheels) by up to 30%, therefore increasing your fuel efficiency.

Breakthrough design combined with unique rubber compound, allows our solid tire to wear more evenly and last longer. 

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Solid cushion tires for loaders

Solid cushion tires for loaders

Ideal for application in C&D and scrap, these solid cushion tires for loaders utilize “Aperture Structure”, which allows the solid tire to ride like a regular pneumatic tire without the hassle of puncture tires. Units also use less rubber for a reduction in total weight (including wheels) by up to 30 percent.

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SOLID CUSHION TIRES FOR LOADERS

SOLID CUSHION TIRES FOR LOADERS

These solid cushion tires for loaders utilize “aperture structure”, which allows the solid tire to ride like a regular pneumatic tire without the hassle of puncture tires. Units also use less rubber for a reduction in total weight (including wheels) by up to 30 percent.

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Solid cushion tires

Solid cushion tires

These solid cushion tires for loaders utilize “Aperture Structure”, which allows the solid tire to ride like a regular pneumatic tire without the hassle of puncture tires. Units also use less rubber for a reduction in total weight (including wheels) by up to 30 percent.

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Solid cushion tires

Solid cushion tires

These solid cushion tires for loaders utilize “Aperture Structure”, which allows the solid tire to ride like a regular pneumatic tire without the hassle of puncture tires. Units also use less rubber for a reduction in total weight (including wheels) by up to 30 percent.

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Solid cushion tires

Solid cushion tires

These solid cushion tires for loaders utilize “Aperture Structure”, which allows the solid tire to ride like a regular pneumatic tire without the hassle of puncture tires. Units also use less rubber for a reduction in total weight (including wheels) by up to 30 percent, and a unique rubber compound which allows tires to wear more evenly and last longer.

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Solid cushion tires

Solid cushion tires

These solid cushion tires for loaders utilize “Aperture Structure,” which allows the solid tire to ride like a regular pneumatic tire without the hassle of puncture tires. Units also use less rubber for a reduction in total weight (including wheels) by up to 30 percent.

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Solid cushion tires

Solid cushion tires

These solid cushion tires for loaders utilize “Aperture Structure”, which allows the solid tire to ride like a regular pneumatic tire without the hassle of puncture tires. Units also use less rubber for a reduction in total weight (including wheels) by up to 30 percent.

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Solid cushion tires

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These solid cushion tires for loaders utilize “Aperature Structure”. This unique structure allows the solid tire to ride like a regular pneumatic tire without the hassle of puncture tires. By reducing the amount of rubber used on the solid tire, it allows a reduction in total weight (including wheels) by up to 30 percent, therefore increasing fuel efficiency. This breakthrough design combined with a unique rubber compound, allows these solid tires to wear more evenly and last longer in a variety of recycling applications.

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