Solid rubber compound press-on tire. Available with a tread design or smooth. Also available in a white non-marking rubber compound.
How to Measure a Press-On Tire (Cushion)
Measurements are given in the following order:
A = Outside Diameter (OD)
B = Base Band Width (W)
C = Inside Diameter (ID)
FOR EXAMPLE : 10 x 5 x 6 1/2 =
Measurements are in inches.
(1 inch x 2.54 = centimeters)
Rounded measure for quick reference:
3/8 = 1 cm
How to Use Load Rating Information
When utilizing the load ratings provided, it should be noted that carrying capacity is based on the highest individual wheel load at 10 MPH. Wheel load equals axle load divided by 2 for steer axles, and axle load divided by 2 for drive axles with single drive tires; divided by 4 for drive axles with dual drive tires. On counterbalanced forklift trucks, steer wheels are loaded to their maximum when the vehicle is unloaded (no= payload). The load wheels are loaded to their maximum when the vehicle is fully loaded (maximum payload).
Load wheel tires are on the axle nearest to the payload. To determine maximum steer axle weight, place steer wheels only on a scale without a payload. To determine maximum drive axle weight, place drive wheels only on a scale with the highest load normally carried on forks.
Instead of an actual weight measurement, we recommend that you contact the lift truck manufacturer to have load values calculated. It should be noted that any change in load weight & size, mast configuration, the addition of an attachment, change in battery size or additional counter-weight can dramatically affect drive and steer axle loads.
CAUTION: Speeds greater than 10 MPH will greatly reduce carrying capacity and substantially shorten tire life. If the forklift is driven unloaded and over 10 MPH, the life of the tire will be greatly reduced.