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Nice lawns require a little patience, hard work, and good tires. At Tyler's Tire & Auto Center, we feature a wide selection of tires for lawn mowers and garden equipment. Our inventory of premium lawn and garden tires includes: lawn tractor and riding mower tires, wheelbarrow tires, utility tires, garden tractor tires, hand cart tires, and specialty equipment tires from the industry's leading manufacturers.
What type of tread should I buy for my lawnmower?
Our tire professionals can help you decide what would be best for your specific use - just give us a call! We can ask the right questions to make sure you select the right tire for your mowing needs.
I keep getting flat tires - what can I do?
Switching to a different tread design or a heavier ply rating is probably all you need to do, but tire sealer may be another option. We're happy to give advice - just give us a call.
Can I switch to a different size tire on my lawnmower?
In most cases we can find a smaller or larger tire if you need to change sizes. With our extensive inventory and experience, we can assist in choosing the right tire for any use.
Please contact us at (803) 642-0704 for more information regarding your lawn and garden needs. Our friendly, specialty tire professionals are here to help you with all of your questions or concerns.
Lawn and garden tires can last for years with proper care, but eventually you'll need to change them. Here are two signs that it's time for new tires:
1) Low Tread: Bald tires and tires with low tread won't perform as well and can't provide the traction you need on the ground - especially after rain. You may even damage your lawn if there's no tread left.
Tip: Check the tread depth of your tires with an upside down penny in one of the grooves. If you see Lincoln's head completely, start shopping for replacements.
2) Dry Rot: If you notice dry rot or sidewall cracking, change your tires. Dry rot causes tires to lose air pressure and can cause a tire blowout.
Tip: Prevent dry rot by storing tires out of the sun in a clean area. It's also a good idea to avoid cleaning products with harsh chemicals when cleaning your equipment and to make sure your tire pressure is at the correct level.
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