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Lawn, Garden and Utility Cart Tire Tread Guide

Turf Tire Tread Pattern Guide

Use this guide to help you choose the tire tread pattern that is right for your equipment and environment. Tires listed below are for use on garden tractors, mowers, golf course equipment, push carts, etc.

Rib Tire Tread Pattern

Rib Tire Tread Pattern
May be found on the front of lawn tractors to help reduce turf damage when turning. May also be found on small carts and hand trucks.
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Round Shoulder Turf Tire Tread Pattern

Round Shoulder Turf Tire Tread Pattern
Used as a front tractor tire, providing minimal traction. Low tread depth helps reduce turf damage when turning. Also use on carts to help reduce sliding in wet or muddy conditions.
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Square Shoulder Turf Tire Tread Pattern

Square Shoulder Turf Tire Tread Pattern
May be found on the rear of lawn tractors or push carts. A traction-type tread tire with a biting edge for cornering and a larger footprint. The larger footprint allows for more tread on the ground and keeps the unit from sinking in when crossing wet or soft ground areas.
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Lug Tire Tread Pattern

Lug Tire Tread Pattern
May be found on the drive axle of garden tractors or some mowing equipment. These tires are used when maximum traction is needed, for example wet locations, loose soils, traveling up hills, plowing snow or garden tilling. Due to the lug design, the tire may tear or peel the turf when cornering or in some pulling conditions.
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