Tires keep farm operations rolling

Consider how tires will be used in deciding which type to purchase, experts say. Amount of use is an important factor.

By LACEY JARRELL

Capital Press

In response to farm equipment manufactured with higher horsepower, a new type of tire technology tha

Published on October 4, 2013 3:01AM

Last changed on November 6, 2013 1:51PM

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Mark Cavender, truck store manager at Superior Tire Services in Salem, Ore., rolls a tire that is going to be fit on a new set of wheels.

Lacey Jarrell/Capital Press Mark Cavender, truck store manager at Superior Tire Services in Salem, Ore., rolls a tire that is going to be fit on a new set of wheels.

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Mark Cavender, truck store manager at Superior Tire Services in Salem, stands with tires at his store.

Lacey Jarrell/For the Captial Press Mark Cavender, truck store manager at Superior Tire Services in Salem, stands with tires at his store.




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