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How do you choose the correct wheel
replacement for your garden utility yard
Carts can show you how to choose the right
size wheel for your yard utility garden
cart and supply the best wheels available. Your yard utility garden cart should be built to last as well
as being functional. Homestead Carts will do that
for you. Still, just like your car, one item
will eventually need repalced, wheels. Homestead
offers a variety of
wheels, Built in the Great Pacific
Northwest to be tough and long lasting, the
wheels and tires supplied by Homestead Carts are exactly
HOW DO YOU CHOOSE THE RIGHT WHEEL FOR YOUR CART?
How To Choose The Right Size Wheel For Your Yard
Utility Garden Cart
WHEEL DIMENSION LOCATIONS
The wheel diameter is based on the full diameter of the wheel. In other words,
from outside of rubber to outside of rubber. The wheel diameter is not the rim
The wheel hub width is measured from the outside of the hub
to the outside of the hub. The hub is the center part of the wheel.
SIZE: The bearing size is the diameter of your axle.
Whats the difference between solid and
pnumatic tires? 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. Pneumatic tires offer better shock
absorption for a smoother ride and are much
lighter than solid rubber tires.
Most tires are constructed from some form of
rubber. But, "rubber tires" usually refers
to tires made entirely from solid rubber.
Pneumatic tires are the typical tires we are
use to having on our cars and bicycles. They
have a solid rubber surface, but the inside
is inflated with air.
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. Pneumatic tires
offer better shock absorption for a
smoother ride and are much lighter
than solid rubber tires.
Pneumatic tires are used almost
exclusively where weight and ride
comfort are a factor, such as on
automobiles and aircraft. Solid
rubber tires are popular in terrain
that could pose puncture hazards to
rubber tires, and where ride comfort
and weight are less of a factor.
Tractors, forklifts and similar
equipment often use solid rubber
Solid tires are maintenance-free.
They are replaced when they become
too worn or damaged. They can
withstand punctures and debris, and
still operate well. Pneumatic tires,
on the other hand, risk failure due
to punctures and debris. And even
without damage that may cause a flat
tire, they must still be checked and
refilled with air regularly to keep
them inflated properly. Original