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Using TPMS and ATIS to Optimize Fleet Performance

You can protect your drivers and vehicles with the essential information provided by tire monitoring systems. Technology like tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) will track inflation and alert you to unexpected issues, while automated tire inflation systems (ATIS) keep your tires inflated properly. Defining TPMS and ATIS A TPMS track tire pressure and temperature and […]

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How Winter Weather Affects Tire Inflation

Monitor your tire pressure frequently during the winter to maximize your fleet efficiency. Ensuring your tires stay inflated will protect your operators and your vehicles from flats and costly repairs. Importance Of Proper Tire Inflation Maintaining proper tire inflation will reduce your tires’ risk for damage and flats and keep your operators safe on the […]

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The Importance Of Tire Casing Management

An effective tire casing management program will help you optimize tire runout and casing life, delivering the lowest possible cost per mile. It can also extend the life of your tires and protect your investment. Implementing basic maintenance standards like proper inflation, alignment, and utilizing quality retread CAM Spec Guidelines will optimize casing performance and […]

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Improve Traction This Winter With Tire Chains

Tire chains provide your fleet with the extra tooth needed to navigate slippery roads safely in winter. Snow tires offer traction, but chains provide driving security on roads that aren’t regularly plowed or salted or where elevation changes can hinder road conditions. Here are some advantages to using tire chains and tips for proper installation. […]

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Need Commercial Retread Tires? Come To Bauer Built

Retreading your fleet’s tires can save you time and money by extending the life of your tire casing with top-rated repairs and cutting-edge Michelin-certified processes. Advantages Of Retread Tires Bauer Built’s retread process identifies minute holes and penetrations that are invisible to the naked eye. Correctly identified repairs reduce the risk of road failures and […]

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Effects of Mismatching Dual Assembly Tires

You mismatch your socks and silverware but force things together, and they usually work. Unfortunately, this is far from the case when it comes to your fleet’s dual assembly tires. Mismatched tires have a difference in inflation, diameter, or tire ply and can cause: Uneven tread wear Shorter tire lifespan Uneven load distribution Decreased mileage […]

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Tire Mounting and Dismounting 101

You need to have a practiced touch to accurately mount and dismount your tires if you hope to avoid damage. It takes more than sheer force to replace tires safely, and Bauer Built Tire & Service has you covered. Dismounting Your Tires Never dismount tires while they’re inflated and avoid tools that will damage the […]

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Planting Season Includes Inspecting and Replacing Tires if Needed

Spring means it’s time to get to work. Start thinking about repairing or replacing the tires on your farm equipment, so you don’t have to worry about costly downtime The Environment The type of soil you’re working on will determine what kind of tires you need. The wrong tires damage your fields and reduce your […]

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Bauer Built: The Low-Down on Air Infiltration

Air infiltration damage is caused when the air inside the tire is much higher (80-120 psi) than atmospheric pressure. This “inside-out” damage opens the inner liner and allows air under pressure to migrate within the steel and rubber products. Damage that can lead to air infiltration can be from: Nail or other puncture Objects left […]

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Bauer Built: Air Brakes’ Effect on Tires

Heat is a tire’s worst enemy! When rubber products seated on a wheel surface are heated to a temperature beyond the limit that the rubber can tolerate, distortion, brittleness and/or discolored rubber in the bead area can result in tire breakdown. This damage starts at a temperature in the mid-200°F range, with accelerated damage occurring […]

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