Alliance Tire Group Revolutionises Forestry Operations with Advanced Alliance 643 Forestar III Tyres

Working in the forestry industry is no easy task. Forestry tires must be durable, stable, and able to handle steep slopes safely and efficiently. Tracks on tyres improve grip and traction, especially on challenging terrains. Simplifying track mounting or change enhances grip, stability, and safety, elevating operations on steep or soft ground.

The Alliance 643 Forestar III not only offers exceptional durability, but also boosts efficiency by seamlessly integrating with Olofsfors tracks.

Customers can now change their tracks with the same track number on 710/45-26.5 Alliance 643 Forestar III

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Alliance Tire Group
Published on
April 11, 2024

Top performance with and without tracks

The Alliance 643 Forestar III is equally capable of operations with and without tracks. The larger tread radius and flatter tread profile, horizontal grooves for enhanced track fitment as well as flat centre lugs for improved traction make for perfect track compatibility. Alliance Tire Group was officially approved by two other manufacturers as well (Clarks and Pewag) for their tracks to be mounted and used on the Alliance 643 Forestar III.

Made tough

The tyre comes with reinforced nylon casing and advanced compounds that provide 120% of the wear resistance and chip/chunk resistance of standard forestry compounds. It features steel belts, hexagonal bead technology (prevents rim slip and bead failure), wider shoulders and a unique shoulder buttress design (strengthens the sidewall).

The Alliance 643 Forestar III tyre range offers efficiency, safe operations and effective soil protection with sizes 710/40-22.5 (TT & TL), 710/40-24.5 (TT), 710/45-26.5 (TT & TL), 750-55-26.5 (TT & TL) and 780/50-28.5 (TT & TL).

The versatility size: 710/45-26.5 (seamlessly compatible with Olofsfors tracks & effortlessly interchangeable for enhanced functionality) is available in 20 PR for tube types and 24 PR for tubeless types.

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