ATG Expands Farm Tire Lineup - Tire Review Magazine

ATG Expands Farm Tire Lineup

ATG-Agriflex-IFAlliance Tire Group (ATG) has released five new sizes in its Alliance Agriflex and Alliance Agriflex+ lines of high-tech IF/VF farm tires.

The new sizes are:

  • Alliance 354 IF 320/105R50
  • Alliance 354 IF 380/90R54
  • Alliance 354 IF 320/90R54
  • Alliance 363 VF 380/90R46
  • Alliance 363 VF 270/95R54

“Alliance now offers more than 50 Agriflex and Agriflex+ tires, extending the performance and technology to owners of most popular tractors, combines and self-propelled sprayers,” said Trent Wallin, agricultural tires product manager for Alliance Tire Americas Inc. “With these lines, Alliance can upgrade farmers to the latest in tire technology and world-class construction and save them from spending money they don’t have to.”

ATG offers its Alliance Agriflex and Alliance Agriflex+ tires in two patterns – the Alliance 354 R-1 design for tractors and combines, and the Alliance 363 configuration for self propelled sprayers and tractors outfitted for running in row crops.




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