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Why Do Tractor Tires Fail?

Why do tractor tires fail?


Tires may fail for any of a variety of reasons, including:


Non-Belt Separations --- Non-Belt Separations include those at the tire tread, in the bead area, in the lower sidewall, between reinforcing plies, and of the reinforcing steel or fabric materials.


Belt Separation --- Belt separation may be belt-to-belt, tread and belt, or separation of the edge of the belt. Belt-to-belt separation may occur having the tire deflect too much, from high pavement temperatures, from road hazard impacts and other causes having to do with maintenance and storage.


Other --- Other types of failure include run-flat damage, chemical degradation, cracking, indentations and bulges.


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