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Lawn Mower Tires

We stock a wide Selection of Lawn Mower Tires, Go Kart Tires, ATV Tires and Golf  Cart Tires to fit everyones needs. All of our tires are new and Blem Free so you can trust our lawn mower tires to arrive ready to mow. We sell the most popular brands from CST, Kenda, Carlisle . So when you need tires for your Lawn Mower you only need one stop.
Select from your Tire Size or By Tire Style

All Trail II
All Trail Tread
AT489 Tread
Field Trax
Stryker Tread
Trail Wolf Tread
Trailer Tires
Turf Tamer Tread
Valve Stems
Lawn Mower Tire By Size
Bar Tread
Chevron Tread
Compass Tread
Go Ped Tread
Golf Course Tread
Knobby Tread
Multi Trac Tread
Power Trac II Tread
Power Trac Tread
Rib Tread
Saw Tooth Tread
Smooth Tread
Snow Hog Tread
Stud Tread
Super Lug Tread
Super Turf Tread
Turf Boss Tread
Turf CTR Tread
Turf Glide Tread
Turf Master Tread
Turf Mate Tread
Turf Saver II Tread
Turf Saver Tread
Turf Trac Tread
Turf Tread
x Trac Tread

Confused About how to select proper Tire? 
Best start is to read the side of the tire to get the size of the tire  Example: 16 x 650 x 8  Then you can search by tire size and see all the tires offered. Once you see the tires compare the tread pattern for the proper tire.

How do you measure a Lawn Mower Tire ? 
How To Measure Proper Tire Size :
There are 2 methods used to measure tires:

1: If a "x" separates the 1st 2 sets of numbers the 1st number is the overall diameter of the tire. The 2nd number is the overall width. The last number represents the tire diameter.

2: Used for smaller and industrial tires. If a "/" separates the 1st 2 sets of numbers the 1st number is the overall width of the tire. The 2nd number identifies the section height. This is the measurement from the crown to the bead of the tire. The last number is the rim diameter. The overall diameter of the tire is D + D + C. So for a 4.10/3.50-4 tire the overall diameter is 11" (3.5 + 3.5 + 4).

Note that all measurements should be made when the tire is inflated to its recommended air pressure.