Telehandler Solid Tires

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Armadillo Tire, LLC

10K Telehandler Grey Solid Tire & Wheel Assembly - 14.00x24/8.5

Part Number: 14.00x24/8.5Grey

  • L2/G2 Aperture Grey (Non-Marking) Solid 8-12K Telehandler Tire & Wheel Assembly - 14.00x24/8.5
  • $2,639.55
  • Armadillo Tire, LLC

    6K Telehandler Solid Tire & Wheel Assembly - 13.00x24/8.5

    Part Number: 13.00x24/8.5

  • L2/G2 Aperture Black Solid 6K-9K Telehandler Tire & Wheel Assembly - 13.00x24/8.5
  • $1,775.00
  • Heavy Duty Tire, LLC

    14.00/85-28 Continental Qty 4 - Solid Tire on 10 Lug,1400X85X28, Tyre

    Part Number: 14.00/85-28

  • No description is provided for this product.
  • $5,900.00
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  • Armadillo Tire, LLC

    JLG 1930ES Solid Tires & Wheel Assembly

    Part Number: 2915012

  • JLG 1930ES Solid Tire & Wheel Assembly | Armadillo Tire | JLG | Part #2915012
  • $78.49
  • Armadillo Tire, LLC

    Genie GTH-5519 Black Solid Tire & Wheel Assembly

    Part Number: GTH-5519

  • Black Solid Tire & Wheel Assembly for Genie Telehandler GTH-5519 | TG-Airide Solid 5519
  • $737.10
  • Heavy Duty Tire, LLC

    33x12-20 Camso Solidair AWP Tire Qty 4 - Solid Assembly, 33x12x20, 331220 Tyre

    Part Number: 33x12-20 4 33x12x20, 331220

  • Brand New Four(4) Pieces 33x12x20 (equivalent to 12-16.5) CAMSO Solidair AWP R4 Tires with Aperture Holes on 8 Lug Stud Pilot Refurbished Wheels | Fits Make and Models: Genie 5519
  • $2,250.00
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  • Armadillo Tire, LLC

    10K Telehandler Solid Tire & Wheel Assembly - 14.00x24/8.5

    Part Number: 14.00x24/8.5

  • L2/G2 Aperture Black Solid Tire & Wheel Assembly for 10K Telehandlers - 14.00x24/8.5
  • $2,021.25
  • Armadillo Tire, LLC

    L2-G2 Aperture Grey Solid Telehandler Tires 13.00x24-8.5

    Part Number: L2-G2

  • L2/G2 Aperture Grey Solid 6K-9K Telehandler Tire & Wheel Assembly - 13.00x24/8.5
  • $2,086.88
  • Armadillo Tire, LLC

    Genie GS-2046 - GS4047 Solid Tires & Wheel Assembly

    Part Number: 105454GT

  • Tire Size: 15X5(38) | Genie GS-2032, GS-2046, GS-2632, GS-2646, GS-3232, GS-3246, & GS-4047 Solid Tire & Wheel Assembly
  • $129.20
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    Solid telehandler tires are an invention born out of necessity. Let's take a closer look at what they are and how they can work to your advantage.

    Differences Between Solid Tires and Standard Tires

    Standard air-filled tires come with a variety of potential problems. A simple puncture can incapacitate your tire entirely, leaving you without a vital piece of machinery.

    Additionally, because standard tires have relatively short lifespans, you don't get full use out of the tread. While it might be possible to reseal or repair specific damage, it's rarely fully effective. 

    Solid tires, on the other hand, offer a range of advantages. Firstly, since solid tires have no filling, there's nothing to leak out. Secondly, since the structure is independent of the contents, the tire will work well even when the surface has broken and pitted.

    Differences Between Solid Tires and Foam Filled Tires

    While foam-filled tires are a step up from standard tires, they have specific inadequacies. When you have a slow leak or small puncture, the foam will leak from your tire and fill the gap. However, this type of equipment is prone to developing tears along the side walls.

    When the side or inner wall tears, the foam leaks out in large amounts, and the tire will go flat. Since you can't repair them, you lose a lot of potential use, as with conventional tires. Since solid tires don't have a filling, there's no potential for leakage.

    Foam-filled tires are considerably cheaper, in the short-term, than solid tires. However, if you consider that you need to replace foam-filled tires two to three times in a solid tire's lifespan, they're more expensive overall.

    Potential Problems with Telehandler Solid Tires

    As with any piece of equipment, some problems could pop up with this kind of kit. One of the main issues you might face over time is losing vast chunks of the tire. 

    Overall, this isn't a significant problem since it will maintain shape unless faced with severe damage. However, in some cases, the rubber might break off right to the rim. In these cases, you'll have to replace the part,

    Other potential problems include incorrect installation leading to slippage. Some users claim that they experience a lack of grip and issues with heat dissipation.

    Different Kinds of Solid Tires

    This type of equipment is relatively straightforward, so you shouldn't struggle when purchasing them for your vehicle. The main thing you need to take into account is the vehicle's wheel size. There are a couple of standard sizes, so that should be relatively simple as well.

    One relatively new development to be aware of is the segmented solid tire. Each one consists of many segments that bolt directly to the wheel rim. Therefore, if you manage to damage a section of your tire badly, you can replace only the injured part.

    Another advantage of the segmented version is that it's much easier to install, and replacing pieces can be done with a wrench. Conversely, standard solid tires are notoriously complex to install.