New tyre range offers smooth ride and long wear

Kirkby Tyres are the sole UK and Ireland agents for the extensive Alliance range of agricultural and earthmover tyres and at Cereals the firm will introduce the Farm PRO series.



Initially it will consist of eight new radial tyres with new modern patterns alongside the existing 356 range. The Farm PRO traction tyre has a multi-angle lug with a steep central angle for a smooth ride, long wear and mud clearing properties and a shallow angle at the shoulder for exceptional traction and hillside stability.


The Farm PRO Imp high-flotation tyre has a strong Bias ply with a new pattern, central rib and shoulder lug design. It has excellent self-cleaning properties, good sideways stability and offers a comfortable ride. Because of its low soil compaction characteristics and low rolling resistance it can also be used safely on tender grassland.


Galaxy tyres have been part of the Alliance Tyre Group since December 2009 and include the popular and market-leading turf and specialist tyre ranges, “Mighty Mow” and “Turf Special”, which have become the most used and sought-after golf/turf tyres in the industry.


With 93 different patterns and 428 sizes, Galaxy tyres are available for skid steer, golf and turf, forestry, flotation, agricultural and implement, off the road and industrial applications.


Kirkby Tyres have recently installed a new “Midas” online ordering system – a virtual warehouse – giving customers the ability to view stock, price and availability 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A next-day delivery service is available to anywhere in mainland UK.


Kirkby Tyres also offers a full range of wheels and wheel assemblies for any fitment in the truck, rowcrop, trailer, wide-flotation, hi-speed/low compaction, earthmover and industrial markets. All wheels are made to OE specification, supplied in the colour of your choice and can be manufactured in small batch runs or in high volumes to suit your requirements.


Cereals 2011 exhibitor information as supplied by Agrifac.

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