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 Post subject: Tractor Tires?
PostPosted: Fri Sep 30, 2016 6:30 am 
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I lost one of the rear tires on MY oh wait MY GRANDSONS Cub a few weeks ago just went to park it and calcium starting squirting out a small rip in tire? So here is my question.
Has anyone ever heard of the.. Galaxy R1 TT (AL324) They have them in stock local $150.00 a piece pick up. Every where else wants terrible shipping. And my dealer status is about useless for tires.
THANKS GUYS JON

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 Post subject: Re: Tractor Tires?
PostPosted: Sat Oct 01, 2016 6:23 am 
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Here's what I found.






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Alliance Tire Group (“ATG”) is a leading name in the global Off-Highway Tires business. It owns three world-renowned brands - Alliance, Galaxy and Primex. Well known names in the OHT segment in many parts of the world, these brands were brought together under the ATG banner, in a phased manner, from 2007. Alliance was the first brand to be absorbed and ATG, as a Group came into existence in early 2007, followed by Galaxy and Primex in the year 2009. The Group has presence in over 120 countries across 6 continents. The group achieved a global turnover close to$600 million in the year 2015.

ATG’s mission is to deliver superior value to their customers through lowest total cost of ownership which will be achieved through a focus on innovation, technology and cost efficient manufacturing and distribution practices.

From fields to mines to factories to forests, ATG offers solutions for various applications.

The Group has 3 manufacturing facilities, one in Hadera at Israel (“ATI”), and two facilities in India (“ATC”) one in Tirunelveli, TN and another in Dahej, Gujarat . Apart from its own manufacturing facilities ATG also gets tires produced by contract manufacturers in China and Taiwan. These products are made according to the strict quality standards that are applied to all ATG products. The Group has world-class R&D centres in Israel, United States and India. The strategic locations of these centres enable ATG to understand the unique needs of farmers, contractors and other end users in each region, which strengthens ATG’s focus of providing custom solutions for specific needs. This has helped ATG’s brands in becoming the preferred OEM choice across the globe.

ATG is headquartered in The Netherlands with regional headquarters in the United States, India, South Africa and Israel. The Group also has offices/representatives in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Iberia, Italy and Scandinavia.

As of 1st July 2016, ATG became a 100% subsidiary of The Yokohama Rubber Company (YRC), Japan. Yokohama is the world’s 8th largest tire manufacturer with a turnover of $5.59 Billion in 2015.

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 Post subject: Re: Tractor Tires?
PostPosted: Sat Oct 01, 2016 7:34 pm 
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Thanks Howard, Cant be any worse than the 90% tread Firestone that blew I guess. plus $120.00 cheaper. Makes me feel a little better that they have been around for a while and not some new knock off.

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 Post subject: Re: Tractor Tires?
PostPosted: Sun Oct 02, 2016 6:28 am 
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That is a good price long as it holds air!

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 Post subject: Re: Tractor Tires?
PostPosted: Sat Oct 08, 2016 5:14 am 
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So I went and called on the tire yesterday and ended up going down just as they were cleaning up for weekend, I took home the Friday lets get out of here deal. LOL Bought a new Galaxy RT1 for $130.00 and a Titan Blem for $50.00 Plus tube $30.00 The titan had a small razor cut in tread where they were cutting the shrink wrap off and nicked the tread. I figure a bit of urethane and it will be good as new so now I have an extra tire for when that other one goes. I am not happy having to spend $210.00 on a tractor that gets run an hour a year but but I am good on the deal they made me , 5 year warranty on Galaxy. I think I may have found some new tire guys. Next is 2 new 600.16 for H Have to get my pennies saved and go back on another fri night I guess, :lol:

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