Titan Tractor Tires
I installed two 13.6 x 38 tires on my John Deere tractor. I use the tractor almost exclusively for plowing snow in the winter. After 3 winters and perhaps 15 hours of operation, one of the tires has developed cracks around its circuference close to the tire's bead. Otherwise, both tires still look like new, still having the little nubbies sticking out from the tire's surface.
Titan tires said they will allow me $250 credit toward tire replacement, but I must first have one of their dealers unmount the tire from the rim and examine the interior of the tire. The nearest Titan dealer charges $125/hr for a field service call.
I have another tractor with a competitor's brand of tire that has been stored outdoors for 40 years and the tires still look better than these new Tital tires.
No more Titan tires for me
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