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Hand Truck Tires - Semi-Pneumatic - 8" Dia.X1.5"W Wheel (168111SC)
C&H Distributors
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Hand Truck Tires - Semi-Pneumatic - 10" Dia.X2.75"W Wheel (R9577)
C&H Distributors
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Hand Truck Tires - Semi-Pneumatic - 8" Dia.X1.5"W Wheel

Hand Truck Wheels replace worn-out tires.

C&H Distributors
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Hand Truck Tires - Semi-Pneumatic - 10" Dia.X2.75"W Wheel

Hand Truck Wheels replace worn-out tires.

C&H Distributors
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Marathon Tires Flat-Free Solid Wheel - 10 Inch x 2.75 Inch

This Marathon Tires Flat-Free Semi-Pneumatic Wheel never goes flat, keeping hand trucks and carts rolling along. Bore Diameter in. 5/8, Load Capacity lbs. 200, Outside Diameter in. 10, Tire Size 10 x 2.75, Tread Type Ribbed, Hub Width in. 2.3, Tire...

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Northern Tool
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Marathon 00411 10x2.75 Semi-Pneumatic Ribbed Tread, 2.3" Centered, 5/8" Bearings

10x2.75 Semi-Pneumatic, Ribbed Tread, 2.3125" Centered, Precision 5/8" Ball Bearings Semi-Pneumatic Tires are made of solid rubber and offer the benefit of no flats! Not for highway use 10.00 L. 10.00 W. 2.50 H.

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Global Industrial
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Marathon 00461 6x1.50 Semi-Pneumatic Diamond Tread, 1.375" Offset, 1/2" Bearings

6x1.50 Semi-Pneumatic, Diamond Tread, 1,375" Offset, 1/2" Ball Bearings Semi-Pneumatic Tires are made of solid rubber and offer the benefit of no flats! Not for highway use 6.00 L. 6.00 W. 1.50 H.

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Global Industrial
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X-King ProTection Tire - Tubeless Black Chili, 26x2.4

There are plenty of fast-rolling mountain bike tires around, but most of them are XC-oriented semi-slicks that are quickly overwhelmed when you start pushing the pace. If you detest unnecessary drag, but your riding style requires the use of more substantial rubber, you'd be wise to consider the Continental X-King ProTection Tire. The tightly spaced knobs on the centerline minimize rolling resistance, and the tread pattern opens at the shoulders for predictable cornering. But it's the supportive, tubeless-ready ProTection casing that has earned the X-King its devout following. The X-King's fast rolling reputation is owed mostly to a thoughtful tread pattern. Looking at the centerline of the tire, the knobs are closely spaced, providing a nearly uninterrupted belt of rubber, which all but eliminates drag as the wheel turns. But such tightly spaced knobs sacrifice traction when conditions are loose, which is why the lugs are spaced farther apart as they reach the shoulder. The short, broad-based knobs provide the solid footing required for aggressive cornering. The gravity-obsessed often match the X-King with a more aggressive front tire, such as the Continental Trail King, for enhanced bite when the terrain gets exceedingly steep and loose. But for those who prefer to ride within their limits, the X-King makes an excellent front tire across a broad range of dry conditions. Many of you will have experimented with lightweight tires in the pursuit of speed, only to have been frustrated by the fragility that accompanies a featherweight tire carcass. If you've accepted a slight weight penalty for enhanced durability, you'll wonder where the ProTection casing has been all your life. Essentially, Continental added an extra ply to the tire, thereby stiffening the sidewall and enhancing puncture resistance. The sidewall reinforcement is particularly important for those who prefer a tubeless setup, as it allows you to get the needed support out of the casing, without reso...

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Competitive Cyclist
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Marathon 00451 7x1.50 Semi-Pneumatic Diamond Tread, 1.375" Offset, 1/2" Bearings

7x1.50 Semi-Pneumatic, Diamond Tread, 1.375" Offset, 1/2" Ball Bearings Semi-Pneumatic Tires are made of solid rubber and offer the benefit of no flats! Not for highway use 7.25 L. 7.25 W. 1.50 H.

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Global Industrial
$8.70 See It
Marathon 00431 8x1.75 Semi-Pneumatic Ribbed Tread, 1.375" Centered, 1/2" Bearing

8x1.75 Semi-Pneumatic, Ribbed Tread, 1.375" Centered, 1/2" Ball Bearings Semi-Pneumatic Tires are made of solid rubber and offer the benefit of no flats! Not for highway use 8.00 L. 2.50 W. 8.00 H.

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Global Industrial
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Marathon 00401 10x1.75 Semi-Pneumatic Ribbed Tread, 1.5" Centered, 1/2" Bearing

10x1.75 Semi-Pneumatic, Ribbed Tread, 1.5313" Centered, 1/2" Ball Bearings Semi-Pneumatic Tires are made of solid rubber and offer the benefit of no flats! Not for highway use 10.00 L. 10.00 W. 1.50 H.

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Global Industrial
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X-King ProTection Tire - Tubeless

There are plenty of fast-rolling mountain bike tires around, but most of them are XC-oriented semi-slicks that are quickly overwhelmed when you start pushing the pace. If you detest unnecessary drag, but your riding style requires the use of more substantial rubber, you'd be wise to consider the Continental X-King ProTection Tire. The tightly spaced knobs on the centerline minimize rolling resistance, and the tread pattern opens at the shoulders for predictable cornering. But it's the supportive, tubeless-ready ProTection casing that has earned the X-King its devout following. The X-King's fast rolling reputation is owed mostly to a thoughtful tread pattern. Looking at the centerline of the tire, the knobs are closely spaced, providing a nearly uninterrupted belt of rubber, which all but eliminates drag as the wheel turns. But such tightly spaced knobs sacrifice traction when conditions are loose, which is why the lugs are spaced farther apart as they reach the shoulder. The short, broad-based knobs provide the solid footing required for aggressive cornering. The gravity-obsessed often match the X-King with a more aggressive front tire, such as the Continental Trail King, for enhanced bite when the terrain gets exceedingly steep and loose. But for those who prefer to ride within their limits, the X-King makes an excellent front tire across a broad range of dry conditions. Many of you will have experimented with lightweight tires in the pursuit of speed, only to have been frustrated by the fragility that accompanies a featherweight tire carcass. If you've accepted a slight weight penalty for enhanced durability, you'll wonder where the ProTection casing has been all your life. Essentially, Continental added an extra ply to the tire, thereby stiffening the sidewall and enhancing puncture resistance. The sidewall reinforcement is particularly important for those who prefer a tubeless setup, as it allows you to get the needed support out of the casing, without reso...

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Competitive Cyclist
$44.99 See It
Martin Flat Free Solid Rubber Tire and Poly Wheel - 8 x 2.50 Tire, Model ZP182RT-202

Ideal for hand trucks, platform trucks and other industrial equipment where flat-free performance is mandatory. A good replacement for semi-pneumatic wheels. Sold individually. Rim Included Yes, Tire Size 8 x 2.50, Tire Type Solid rubber, Hub Width in....

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Northern Tool
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Ardent Race Tire - 27.5 3c/Exo/Tubeless Ready, 2.2

The Ardent tire from Maxxis is one of the company's best-selling slabs of rubber, in no small part because of its incredible versatility on virtually any type of terrain. Recognizing the potential in the tread pattern for even greater speed, however, engineers got to tweaking it and ended up producing a tire so fast it threatened to cannibalize their race-ready Aspen tire. That tire is the Maxxis Ardent Race Tire, seen here in 27. 5-inch guise. Those familiar with the original Ardent tire will certainly be able to draw some visual familiarity between the two models, while also being able to clearly tell which of the two earns the "Race" designation. The Ardent Race takes the standard Ardent's tread pattern and condenses it, with tighter spacing between now-shallower knobs, to create a faster-rolling contact patch, although the profile and job functions of those knobs are basically the same. Small, ramped central knobs keep straight-line rolling fast, and shoulder knobs deriving in design from the Maxxis High Roller and other of the company's high-speed gravity tires bestow the Ardent Race tire with comparable levels of cornering grip for hardpack or semi-loose conditions. Unlike the regular Ardent, the Ardent Race isn't quite ready for extreme mudslinging or very loose loam, but for everything on the firmer side of the spectrum, the Ardent Race is ready. A 120 threads-per-inch casing keeps the ride smoother than the 90, 60, or 30tpi casings of many competitors, with more threads ready to contour to the trail. Maxxis's Triple-C Maxx Speed compound used for the tread pattern is a blend of three different rubber densities assigned to areas of the tread where they will perform best. Finally, take confidence in knowing that Maxxis' TR Tubeless-Ready casing is one of the toughest and most reliable in the business. The EXO version of each tire includes Maxxis's EXO sidewall protection, which is a densely-woven layer of especially tough fabric that's integrated into t...

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Competitive Cyclist
$62.00 See It
Black Panther CX Tire Black/Black, 700c x 33

Three distinct rubber compounds allow the Black Panther CX Tire to balance grip and efficiency in a variety of off-road conditions. It's the same TriComp X concept found on Vredestein's high-end road tires, just adapted to give cyclocross racers a competitive edge. Vredestein is known for obsessing over the compositions of its rubber compounds and the way that they're applied to specific zones of the tire. It calls this Tricomp X technology, as testing has shown Vredestein engineers where specific rubber compounds and tread patterns work to provide the lowest rolling-resistance and maximum grip in all weather conditions. By using different compounds in the tread and shoulder, and combining this with a knob structure specifically suited to these compounds, the tire provides a well-balanced blend of speed, grip, and low overall weight. The compound is enhanced by a semi-smooth, connected center tread in order to ensure a reduction in lug flex. Accordingly, the tread pattern provides a smooth sense of rolling and acceleration on hard-packed courses. However, when things get loose, the multiple rows of nicely spaced side knobs bite to keep you upright. Adding to this, the tire's 33mm-width and asymmetric shoulder cleats further encourage hard cornering, low rolling-resistance, and optimal mud-shedding. The tire also features Vredestein's proprietary SEC rubber compound and a 120 TPI casing. Essentially, this means that the casing is comprised of 120 threads per inch. Along these lines, you'll notice that the casing's TPI equates to finer-grade fibers used in its composition. Accordingly, the fine fibers are more malleable than a full rubber casing, and this flexibility creates a more adaptable interface for the tire's rubber contact surface during cornering. So, this design provides a higher level of grip, while also contributing to a low-level of rolling resistance. This equates directly to both comfort and speed. The Vredestein Black Panther CX Tire is availabl...

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Competitive Cyclist
$59.95 See It
Ardent Race Tire - 27.5

The Ardent tire from Maxxis is one of the company's best-selling slabs of rubber, in no small part because of its incredible versatility on virtually any type of terrain. Recognizing the potential in the tread pattern for even greater speed, however, engineers got to tweaking it and ended up producing a tire so fast it threatened to cannibalize their race-ready Aspen tire. That tire is the Maxxis Ardent Race Tire, seen here in 27. 5-inch guise. Those familiar with the original Ardent tire will certainly be able to draw some visual familiarity between the two models, while also being able to clearly tell which of the two earns the "Race" designation. The Ardent Race takes the standard Ardent's tread pattern and condenses it, with tighter spacing between now-shallower knobs, to create a faster-rolling contact patch, although the profile and job functions of those knobs are basically the same. Small, ramped central knobs keep straight-line rolling fast, and shoulder knobs deriving in design from the Maxxis High Roller and other of the company's high-speed gravity tires bestow the Ardent Race tire with comparable levels of cornering grip for hardpack or semi-loose conditions. Unlike the regular Ardent, the Ardent Race isn't quite ready for extreme mudslinging or very loose loam, but for everything on the firmer side of the spectrum, the Ardent Race is ready. A 120 threads-per-inch casing keeps the ride smoother than the 90, 60, or 30tpi casings of many competitors, with more threads ready to contour to the trail. Maxxis's Triple-C Maxx Speed compound used for the tread pattern is a blend of three different rubber densities assigned to areas of the tread where they will perform best. Finally, take confidence in knowing that Maxxis' TR Tubeless-Ready casing is one of the toughest and most reliable in the business. The EXO version of each tire includes Maxxis's EXO sidewall protection, which is a densely-woven layer of especially tough fabric that's integrated into t...

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Competitive Cyclist
$60.00 See It
Ardent Race Tire - 27.5 3c/Tubeless Ready, 2.2

The Ardent tire from Maxxis is one of the company's best-selling slabs of rubber, in no small part because of its incredible versatility on virtually any type of terrain. Recognizing the potential in the tread pattern for even greater speed, however, engineers got to tweaking it and ended up producing a tire so fast it threatened to cannibalize their race-ready Aspen tire. That tire is the Maxxis Ardent Race Tire, seen here in 27. 5-inch guise. Those familiar with the original Ardent tire will certainly be able to draw some visual familiarity between the two models, while also being able to clearly tell which of the two earns the "Race" designation. The Ardent Race takes the standard Ardent's tread pattern and condenses it, with tighter spacing between now-shallower knobs, to create a faster-rolling contact patch, although the profile and job functions of those knobs are basically the same. Small, ramped central knobs keep straight-line rolling fast, and shoulder knobs deriving in design from the Maxxis High Roller and other of the company's high-speed gravity tires bestow the Ardent Race tire with comparable levels of cornering grip for hardpack or semi-loose conditions. Unlike the regular Ardent, the Ardent Race isn't quite ready for extreme mudslinging or very loose loam, but for everything on the firmer side of the spectrum, the Ardent Race is ready. A 120 threads-per-inch casing keeps the ride smoother than the 90, 60, or 30tpi casings of many competitors, with more threads ready to contour to the trail. Maxxis's Triple-C Maxx Speed compound used for the tread pattern is a blend of three different rubber densities assigned to areas of the tread where they will perform best. Finally, take confidence in knowing that Maxxis' TR Tubeless-Ready casing is one of the toughest and most reliable in the business. The EXO version of each tire includes Maxxis's EXO sidewall protection, which is a densely-woven layer of especially tough fabric that's integrated into t...

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Competitive Cyclist
$60.00 See It
Black Panther CX Tire

Three distinct rubber compounds allow the Black Panther CX Tire to balance grip and efficiency in a variety of off-road conditions. It's the same TriComp X concept found on Vredestein's high-end road tires, just adapted to give cyclocross racers a competitive edge. Vredestein is known for obsessing over the compositions of its rubber compounds and the way that they're applied to specific zones of the tire. It calls this Tricomp X technology, as testing has shown Vredestein engineers where specific rubber compounds and tread patterns work to provide the lowest rolling-resistance and maximum grip in all weather conditions. By using different compounds in the tread and shoulder, and combining this with a knob structure specifically suited to these compounds, the tire provides a well-balanced blend of speed, grip, and low overall weight. The compound is enhanced by a semi-smooth, connected center tread in order to ensure a reduction in lug flex. Accordingly, the tread pattern provides a smooth sense of rolling and acceleration on hard-packed courses. However, when things get loose, the multiple rows of nicely spaced side knobs bite to keep you upright. Adding to this, the tire's 33mm-width and asymmetric shoulder cleats further encourage hard cornering, low rolling-resistance, and optimal mud-shedding. The tire also features Vredestein's proprietary SEC rubber compound and a 120 TPI casing. Essentially, this means that the casing is comprised of 120 threads per inch. Along these lines, you'll notice that the casing's TPI equates to finer-grade fibers used in its composition. Accordingly, the fine fibers are more malleable than a full rubber casing, and this flexibility creates a more adaptable interface for the tire's rubber contact surface during cornering. So, this design provides a higher level of grip, while also contributing to a low-level of rolling resistance. This equates directly to both comfort and speed. The Vredestein Black Panther CX Tire is availabl...

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Competitive Cyclist
$59.95 See It
1994 Ford Mustang GT NITTO NT01330358Y Extreme Performance NT555R Drag

NT555R. The Nitto 305/35-18 NT555R is a D.O.T.-compliant competition drag radial designed with maximum flexibility for the weekend drag racer. The NT555R combines a high grip compound and semi-racing construction to provide maximum traction at the starting line. The tire comes molded at 6/32 of an inch and features a unique reinforced belt package to provide improved traction and high-speed stability. The NT555R is the perfect performance radial for the street or strip.DOT approved. Can be run on the street, and deliver up to 15,000 miles of tread life in normal street driving. However, this soft and flexible tread will wear much quicker than tread compounds formulated for regular passenger cars.Provides maximum traction on the track. NT555R's are manufactured with the original tread depth of 6/32nds and are constructed with a specially formulated soft racing tread compound to provide maximum traction. High block rigidity, soft compounding and large contact patch provide extreme dry

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AmericanMuscle.com
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Formula 3.0 Cycling Rubber and Vinyl Conditioner One Color, 16 oz

After you've taken the trouble to give your bike or your ATV a real spring clean, go the extra mile and treat the tire rubber with 1. 7 Formula 3. 0 Cycling Rubber and Vinyl Conditioner. It is a finishing touch that you'll really appreciate. As a non-toxic and biodegradable solution, the Formula 3. 0 Cycling Rubber and Vinyl Conditioner works amazingly well to keep any rubber or vinyl looking like new without looking wet. It's water resistant, so it will keep that constant shine long after applying. And because it contains a UV protectant, your tires won't be undermined by long hours in the sun, even if you live in a hot, dry, semi-arid climate. Application is easy. Simply spray the conditioner on any of your rubber or vinyl items, allow the formula to soak in for one minute, and then wipe it off with a 1. 7 Microfiber cleaning cloth. Job done. Your stuff will look good as new, if not better when you use the 1. 7 Formula 3. 0 Cycling Rubber and Vinyl Conditioner. It comes in a 16 ounce refillable spray bottle.

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Competitive Cyclist
$14.95 See It