Jim Enyart
Eight Tips to Being a Better Ag Tire Dealer

To be known in your community as the go-to ag tire dealer, there are several things you can do to serve your farm accounts well.

Different Ag Equipment Requires Nuanced Tire Inflation: Pt. II

Part II of this column continues our discussion of the slight, simple nuances regarding inflation pressures for certain machines of which every tire dealer should be aware.

Different Ag Equipment Requires Nuanced Tire Inflation: Part I

Farmers need to inflate to the most demanding application, and their tire dealers need to know the facts to provide the best possible advice to their customers.

Should Your Ag Tire Customers Go Radial or Bias?

The primary objective should be to identify the best product for your customer’s application—period.

Want Optimal Performance From Ag Tires? It’s in the Air

What air pressures should I carry in my ag tires? How often should I check my air pressures? While the answers are dependent on many different factors, here’s some general advice that you can share.

To Ballast or Not – What to Tell Your Ag Tire Customers

If you’ve been selling ag tires for any time at all, you’ve been asked about ballasting. We explore the pros and cons and what material to use, among other questions.

Five Ways to Fight Ag Tire Stubble Damage

If you’ve been an ag tire dealer for any time at all, you’ve been asked by your farmer customers, “How do I prevent stubble damage?” While that may be a difficult task, follow these tips to mitigate it.

Radial Tire Technology: The Importance of Radial Over Bias for Farming

With the introduction of the radial tire design, the whole world of tires changed dramatically.

Farm field conditions for agricultural tire selection