6.00 x 16 front tractor tires are farm tractor tires and the special features of this kind of tire are a 3 Rib design, which enables easy steering. Another important feature is a strong nylon casing which gives   good performance on tractors which have front loaders or front mowers attached to them

 Every one of these 6.00 x 16 front tractor tires is customized to be suitable on specific terrains, machines or applications. The size of these front tractor tires is 600 – 16 and they are meant only for tractors. Those tractors whose load capacity is 1360 lbs. and which have a maximum inflation pressure of 68 psi. The tread pattern of this standard front tractor tire is an F-2 tread pattern and this gives better steering and maneuvering capabilities. It is constructed for a maximum speed of 26 miles per hour. The F-2 tread pattern includes three wide ribs that enable easy steering and give the tires a long life. The maximum inflation rate of 68 psi and a maximum load capacity of 1360 lbs. is the unique trademark of this kind of tires.

Specifications regarding the 6.00 x 16 front tractor tires is as follows.

  • They are used only in Front tractors which ply on farms
  • Their size is 6.00 – 16
  • The maximum inflation is 68 psi
  • They are suitable for a maximum load of 1360 lbs.
  • Their speed when in maximum is 25 rpm
  • They are 8-ply
  • They belong to the tube type category.
  • They are meant for tube use ASC # 16615
  • Their tread pattern is F-2
  • They are used only for tires.

These 6.00 x 16 front tractor tires are available with dealers all over the world and are exceptionally useful when it comes to agriculture work. Suitable for farm terrain, this tire minimizes wear and tear and maximizes production, thus saving money and increasing cost-effectiveness. A good investment for any farmer. The easy steering and maneuverability capabilities are important for any vehicle more so for utility vehicles and these tires contribute to that. They are capable of controlling speed to suit the function required and carrying loads to the capacity which the situation demands.