Do you have heavy machinery you’re responsible for? Whether it’s a small earth mover or a large crane, no heavy equipment can operate without tires. Make sure your equipment has the right OTR, or Off-The-Road tires to get the job done.
When you need tires capable of riding over rough terrain and rugged landscapes, come to Pell's Tire Service, LLC for our supply of off-the-road tires. Whether you live in Coldwater, Quincy, or Bronson, if you need OTR tires, we’re the first place you should call. Pick up the phone and dial (517) 278-8047.
Q: What differentiates OTR tires from other tires?
A: Off-the-road tires are large, durable work tires made for heavy equipment vehicles. They are manufactured to withstand tough, uneven terrain and feature strong sidewalls that protect from punctures, cuts, and cracks.
Q: What vehicles use OTR tires?
A: Many heavy equipment vehicles use OTR tires. These include bulldozers, front-end loaders, towing tractors, rubber tired gantry cranes (RTGs), among others.
Q: Do OTR tires work on ALL terrain?
A: Different OTR tires exist with specialized tread patterns for various terrains and weather conditions. Off-the-road tires exist for riding through dirt, snow, rock, sand, and other elements. Tread designs include rock, rib, block, and smooth.
Using dual OTR tires can be challenging. Just remember the following tips and you should have no problems.
We house a quality collection of OTR tires for our customers. Whether you operate an earth moving machine or other heavy equipment, we can help you out with your off-the-road tire needs. Simply stop in and let our team know what you’re driving and what type of environment you’re driving through and we’ll find the off-the-road tires that fit your needs.
We look forward to taking the lead on your search for OTR tires and hope to meet with you soon. Give us a call at (517) 278-8047 or visit us in Coldwater, at 38 Wright and get your heavy equipment moving again.
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