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When should tires be replaced?

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Cracked tires

Cracked tires pose a significant safety risk not only to drivers but also to those nearby. The possibility of these tires splitting unexpectedly can lead to potential scenarios of shifting loads or loss of vehicle control. It's important to maintain tire health to ensure safe operation.

Worn Tires

Don't compromise your safety with worn or bald tires. They not only elongate your stopping distance but also fail to provide reliable traction in slippery conditions. Upgrade your tires today for an improved, safer work environment.

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Split Tires

When tires split, the integrity of the sidewall gets compromised, posing a severe risk to the pneumatic tire going flat unexpectedly. This situation drastically undermines the reliability and safety of your fork trucks. Therefore, it's not just about replacing a tire, it's about ensuring your equipment operates optimally and guarantees safety.

Chunked tires

Forklifts often face the issue of chunked out tires, a predicament that necessitates immediate replacement. Operating with such tires leads to inevitable failure, causing unnecessary downtime as the unit awaits new tires. Additionally, these chunked tires contribute significantly to operator fatigue, a pressing safety concern that we cannot ignore. Staying proactive in replacing damaged tires not only ensures smooth operations but also significantly enhances the safety of your workplace.

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