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  • How Bad SKID STEER Tires Can Cost You $18,000 or More

    How Bad SKID STEER Tires Can Cost You $18,000 or More

    Bad tires put extra strain on your skid steer transmission, which can cause a breakdown and/or shorten the life of the skid steer. Worn out tires also put excessive pressure on the skid steer axle, which can lead to expensive damage. Faulty tires can cause more than $18,000 in repair expenses over time.

  • Do You Know Your Average SKID STEER Cost per year?

    Do You Know Your Average SKID STEER Cost per year?

    Do You Know You’re Average Skid Steer Cost per Hour?
    Operating skid steer loaders have costs associated with them. While you might not think it worth your time to track these costs, this is never beneficial.
    These costs will help you identify potential problems with particular skid steers.
    For instance, you could have one skid steer that is constantly breaking down even though it is a year or two old.

  • Bobcat Tires - The Cost Breakdown Calculation

    Bobcat Tires - The Cost Breakdown Calculation

    When purchasing new equipment for the job site, cost-effectiveness is typically the number one concern. You want a product that is reliable and durable, but also one that won't break the bank or the money under your pillow. When purchasing Bobcat tires, products with lower up-front costs often seem to be the first come-to-mind solution.

  • How Much Does It Cost to Get a Tire Repair?

    How Much Does It Cost to Get a Tire Repair?

    A do-it-yourself tire repair kit can cost $5-$20 for simple tools and plugs (to fill the puncture), or $20-$50 for a larger kit with a sealant and a pump or compressor to re-inflate the tire.

  • Wheel Loaders and Solid Tires

    Wheel Loaders and Solid Tires

    Wheel loaders can lift almost anything such as debris, gravel, soil, dirt, pallets, etc. Since it uses wheels, it has better mobility on roads, and it does not give any damage to asphalt or concrete. Attachments can also be used to make it fit for any type of project you have.

  • Construction Lifts and Solid Tires

    Construction Lifts and Solid Tires

    Tires being the only connection between the vehicle and the terrain, it is critical to ensure that they are reliable, safe and performance-worthy anytime & every time. When tires are used on construction equipment such as aerial work platforms, boom lifts, scissor lifts, telehandlers etc. this is the most important factors.

  • Construction Lifts and Their Uses

    Construction Lifts and Their Uses

    Construction sites always need lifting vehicles to reach higher places. Construction lifts refer to any lifting machinery that features an aerial platform supported by a vehicle-mounted extension, such as boom lifts, scissor lifts and so on. They can perform countless tasks, from moving materials during preconstruction to lifting workers to hard-to-reach areas during final inspections.

  • Your Skid Steer Needs Solid tires, here is why

    Your Skid Steer Needs Solid tires, here is why

    Back from when the skid steer loader was invented, pneumatic tires were the main option, later on due to the job conditions and the hard surfaces skid steer operators would use foam-filled tires to prevent flat tires on the job site. Since solid skid steers tires have been recently gaining popularity, operators have the choice to upgrade their fleet to solid tires. Why choosing solid tires for your skid steer is a no-brainer? Here are some of the reasons.

  • Skid Steer Vs Compact Track Loader: Differences and More

    Skid Steer Vs Compact Track Loader: Differences and More

    This small yet powerful machine inspired what we today know as Compact Track loader (CTL). There are two types of skid steer to choose from: wheeled skid steers and compact track loaders.

  • Skid Steer Loader Solid Tires: Benefits and More

    Skid Steer Loader Solid Tires: Benefits and More

    Skid Steer Tires
    There are many reasons why choosing the right tire for your machinery is important. With 40 years of experience in the solid tire industry, Apexway provides the perfect fit for your skid steer according your necessities.

  • Measuring Your Solid Tire Rim

    Measuring Your Solid Tire Rim

    To measure your solid tire rim you will need a measuring tape or a caliper.
    Firstly you will want to measure your center bore, the center hole diameter is easy to measure. The center bore of a rim must have the same measurement as the wheel hub of the vehicle it will mount on.

  • Forklift Solid Tires Maintenance and Replacement.

    Forklift Solid Tires Maintenance and Replacement.

    Maintenance
    Solid tires need less to minimal maintenance thanks to their resistance and durability but that doesn’t mean we need to neglect them completely.

  • Solid Tire Tread Pattern - Are you choosing the right pattern for your Skid Steer Loader?

    Solid Tire Tread Pattern - Are you choosing the right pattern for your Skid Steer Loader?

    Solid Tire Tread Pattern - Are you choosing the right pattern for your Skid Steer Loader?

  • Behind Every Solid Tire – Manufacturing Process

    Behind Every Solid Tire – Manufacturing Process

    Solid tires manufacturing process is longer than air-filled tires. There are several ways that solid tires can be manufactured. Apexway solid tires are made using layers of rubber that are constructed around a metal frame or a wheel structure that can be mounted to a specific vehicle.

  • Skid Steer Loaders, Road work attachments and Apexway solid tires.

    Skid Steer Loaders, Road work attachments and Apexway solid tires.

    Skid Steer Loaders, Road work attachments and Apexway solid tires.

  • Skid Steer Loaders For Construction.

    Skid Steer Loaders For Construction.

    Almost any construction site has a skid loader. Skid Steer loaders are a must have for roadwork. They are useful for building and maintaining roads. You can attach a cement mixer or pavement miller to your skid steer and use other attachments for tasks like demolition, grading, paving and patching.

  • Solid Tires Vs Press-On Tires

    Solid Tires Vs Press-On Tires

    Main Applications:
    Solid pneumatic tires are ideal for applications on rough, abrasive, and uneven surfaces such as damaged concrete floors, asphalt, and construction sites.

  • APEXWAY, your best way.

    APEXWAY, your best way.

    APEXWAY, your best way.
    Attention on Demands
    Professional Service
    Excellent Support
    EXtreme Efficiency

  • Forklift Solid Tires

    Forklift Solid Tires

    Solid rubber tires, non-pneumatic tires or elastic tires, are actually the same thing. Specifically, we are talking about solid industrial forklift tires. Because of their toughness, reliability and long life, solid tires are the best choice when it comes to forklifts.

  • Wheel Loader Facts

    Wheel Loader Facts

    Mid-sized loaders which range from 3 – 5 yards in bucket size are popular for moving more materials and heavier material types. They are more popular on construction site.

  • Forklifts VS Solid Tires

    Forklifts VS Solid Tires

    The forklift is one of the world’s most important machines, and as such, it should always be equipped with the best tires possible.

  • Non-Marking Forklift Solid Tires

    Non-Marking Forklift Solid Tires

    Non-Marking Forklift Solid tires.
    Since we already know the different applications of forklifts. Let’s dig deep on their non-marking tires specifications.

  • Solid Tires and Muddy Conditions.

    Solid Tires and Muddy Conditions.

    Solid tires and muddy conditions.

    Our F1H model is versatile in different terrains. It adds a wider footprint for increased contact with the ground, as well as a self-cleaning tread pattern that performs better in mud surfaces and rainy conditions.

  • Guide to Choose Solid Tire Sizes for Skid Steer Loaders

    Guide to Choose Solid Tire Sizes for Skid Steer Loaders

    Guide to choose Solid Tires Size for skid steer loaders.
    Choosing the right type of tire for your machine is as important as choosing the correct size. Mainly to avoid downtime and costs to your machine.

  • Solid Rubber Tires Manufacturing Process

    Solid Rubber Tires Manufacturing Process

    Solid tires differs in two ways. The first is the rubber compounds they’re made with, and the second is the purposes they’re made off. Solid-tires manufacturing results in tires that are incredible hard and durable.

  • Rim-Tire Assembly

    Rim-Tire Assembly

    [Knowledge] Press-on solid tires, bonded solid tires and segmented solid tires. How are they secured to a rim?

  • Difference Between Solid and Foam-filled Tires

    Difference Between Solid and Foam-filled Tires

    The differences between pneumatics and solids are quite easy to understand, but what about the differences between solid and foam-filled tires?

  • Solid Tires long lasting life

    Solid Tires long lasting life

    Pictures taken by our clients after using the tires for over 6 years.
    With zero-maintenance and reduced downtime, what makes solid tires last longer?

  • Skid Steer Loaders Applications and Solid Tires

    Skid Steer Loaders Applications and Solid Tires

    Skid Steer Loaders: Depending on your intended application, the size of your skid steer loader matters.

  • Forklifts vs Solid Tires

    Forklifts vs Solid Tires

    As we know that forklifts are necessary in most of the construction sites it is also important to use the proper tires for the job.

  • Aperture Holes ft. Solid Tires

    Aperture Holes ft. Solid Tires

    Aperture Holes ft. Solid Tires
    The holes that are built into the sidewall of solid tires (Aperture holes) are very important to maximize each tire’s quality and operating life.

  • Telehandlers. Pneumatic Vs Solid Vs Foam-Filled Tires

    Telehandlers. Pneumatic Vs Solid Vs Foam-Filled Tires

    What type of tires would you use for your Telehandler? Pneumatic, Solid or Foam-Filled tires?

  • Open-Cut mining Vs Solid Tires

    Open-Cut mining Vs Solid Tires

    As you well know, open-cut mining is a surface mining technique of extracting rock or minerals from the earth from an open-air pit.

  • Wheel loader vs Bulldozer

    Wheel loader vs Bulldozer

    Wheel loaders VS Bulldozers. We know that both of these machines are utilized mainly on construction sites, but they have different and specific purposes. The Wheel Loader is a vehicle for scooping and transporting earth and sand, while the bulldozer helps to flatten the ground. The most significant point of difference between these two is that the bulldozer has a track and the wheel loader use tires, especially solid tires.

  • Choose The Right Pattern for Your Machinery

    Choose The Right Pattern for Your Machinery

    When choosing tires for a wheel loader, there are a few things that you have to keep in mind. Wheel loaders are a powerful and versatile piece of heavy equipment that can be found mainly on construction sites. meaning a lot of debris, nails, glasses etc will be around your worksite, to improve productivity and increase profitability we use puncture-proof solid tires.

  • Apexway Solid Tires- New project coming soon

    Apexway Solid Tires- New project coming soon

    Making easy the way you work is our motivation
    For us it is more than solid tires, it’s also service, commitment and growth.

  • Wheel Loader F1H Sizes

    Wheel Loader F1H Sizes

    Installing our F1H Solid Tire on a Wheel Loader, size 23.5-25.

  • L1H For Telehandlers

    L1H For Telehandlers

    Apexway solid tires choice for #telehandlers is the L1H pattern mainly for its stability and versatility, because they are flat proof and because they reduce operation cost during life time of the machine.

  • Telehandlers vs Solid Tires

    Telehandlers vs Solid Tires

    Telehandlers are a versatile and multifunctional machine that combines the lifting capability of forklift trucks, and the reach and elevation of aerial platforms (PLE) thanks to its telescopic boom.

  • Save Yourself Some Time With Solid Tires

    Save Yourself Some Time With Solid Tires

    When you have a lot to move and no time for flats and fixes, you need solid tires.

  • No Flat, No Fix

    No Flat, No Fix

    Are Solid Tires worth a try?? Let’s talk about it.

  • Tire Solutions

    Tire Solutions

    Each customer has unique requests and we aim to customize and tailor our products so that every tire is a perfect fit for your requirements.

  • Factory Management

    Factory Management

    The lifespan of a wheel loader tire depends on the kind of jobs you are using your equipment for as well as the level of maintenance you have.

  • Solid Tire Press-Tire/Rim Assembly

    Solid Tire Press-Tire/Rim Assembly

    Solid tire press- Tire/Rim assembly
    Behind great products there are always hard working people trying to deliver the best for our value driven customers.

  • APEXWAY Solid Tires ft Wheel loaders

    APEXWAY Solid Tires ft Wheel loaders

    As you may know wheel loaders are frequently used in the logging, construction and farming industries. Our Solid Tire pattern F1H is designed for these very tough applications and it has a long wearing life. It’s the number one choice for our value driven customers.

  • New Project Coming Soon

    New Project Coming Soon

    At Apexway we take good care of the interest of our customers, and we have a exciting new project coming soon! Stay tuned #easypack

  • L1H on Action

    L1H on Action

    Our pattern L1H is built with balanced features between traction and loading. Very good for short-middle distance rotation and vehicles such as Skid Steer Loaders.

  • Skid Steer Loader Solid Tires

    Skid Steer Loader Solid Tires

    An Skid Steer is only useful when it is well maintained and when it wears the proper shoes. For jobs in which tires are easy to puncture, solid tires will give you that extra confidence.

  • Solid Tires, A Must-Have On A Demolition Job Site

    Solid Tires, A Must-Have On A Demolition Job Site

    Skid steer loaders are almost a must-have on a demolition job site.

  • Skid Steer Loader: Solid Tires Best for Road Work

    Skid Steer Loader: Solid Tires Best for Road Work

    Skid Steer Loader + Solid tires is the perfect combination for road work

  • Skid Steer loader: Ready to Deliver

    Skid Steer loader: Ready to Deliver

    When it comes to skid-steer loaders, not just any set of tires will do. Certain types of tires are more effective.

  • Skid Steer Loader:  Tires Specifications

    Skid Steer Loader: Tires Specifications

    A good fit for Skid Steer Loaders. SKS different applications: Demolition, Roadwork, Grading and backfilling, Loading, Material handling, Landscaping, etc.

  • Skid Steer Loader: Tire And Machine Uses

    Skid Steer Loader: Tire And Machine Uses

    Solid rubber tires cannot go flat. They can get damaged, but it is unlikely that one incident will render a solid rubber tire inoperable, as can happen to a pneumatic tire.

  • Skid Steer Loader: Excavation and Trenching

    Skid Steer Loader: Excavation and Trenching

    In any kind of job or project, whether is excavating or trenching, having the right tools is essential for success.

  • Skid Steer Loader: Roadwork

    Skid Steer Loader: Roadwork

    Why choose solid tires to do the hard work?: Low maintenance level/ Long service life/ Good tilting stability/ Insured against impact/ cut damages. Skid Steer Loaders are great for Roadwork.

  • Skid Steer Loader: Demolition

    Skid Steer Loader: Demolition

    One of the main applications of Skid Steer Loaders is demolition. Choosing the right tire is as important as choosing the right vehicle.

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