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Case 10 x16.5 Skid Steer Tires

Case SR175 Solid 10 x16.5 Tires
Case 10 x16.5 Skid Steer Tires
Case skid steer series replacement tires in the flat-proof option. These aggressive traction tires come with cushion holes to ease the rough ride on the operator. Our 10 x16.5 skid steer tires ship free when you order online and ship to a commercial address for delivery.
SKU: Case-1016
Weight: 285 lbs
Make: Case
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Search by Tire Size: 10 x 16.5 (30 x 10-16)
Price: $702.00

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These are the 30x10-16 solid type flat proof skid steer replacement tires for the Case series skid steers. These are mounted to a disposable rim and ready to install. Do not waste time taking the tire in to have it mounted or patched. With this disposable rim you can remove your tires and install these new tires in the field without a call to the tire repair shop. Save the service fee and install these tires yourself. They are directional for aggressive traction. This solid tire size is the replacement size for the 10 x16.5 pneumatic skid steer tire.

These tires are solid to prevent a flat tire, but also cushioned with aperture holes for operator comfort and additional traction with the given flexibility. This is a proven tire you can rely on for long-term service.

The 30x10-16 size is designed to replace the 10x16.5 pneumatic tire.

Some common Case machines for this size include:

Case Skid Steer Models

This 10 inch skid steer tire is guaranteed to fit:

  • Case 1838
  • Case 40XT
  • Case 410-3
  • Case 420-3
  • Case 75XT
  • Case SR130
  • Case SR150
  • Case SR160
  • Case SR200
  • Case SV185
  • Case SR175

Tire Specifications:


Cushion Holes in Tires

Why are the cushion holes in tires? Again, our focus is high quality and safety when it comes to tires so the cushion holes provide several key features that the rigorous construction industry has come to expect. The holes in the tires absorb some of the impact from the rough terrain and that helps reduce operator fatigue and it also helps prevent spillage of the contents in the bucket. If you are spilling dirt out of your bucket, or dropping bricks off of a pallet fork on the jobsite then you are losing efficiency. Solid skid steer tires help prevent flats and blow outs but at a cost of flexibility and impact absorption. The cushion holes help restore some of the flexibility and absorb some of the impact that an air tire would typically provide.

Solid vs. Pneumatic Air Tires

We only stock solid-cushioned skid steer tires because our products are quality focused. Pneumatic tires provide a cheap option for tires in general use, however jobsites are known to have debris and many conditions that can be considered unsafe for cheap tires. We believe that down time is costly and solid tires typically eliminate tire-related down time. In certain situations a pneumatic air tire can de-mount or separate from the rim and if you are carrying a load that can create a safety concern.

Interchangeable Tires

Skid steer tires are very interchangeable in most cases across most brands historically. The standard 10x16.5 and 12x16.5 pneumatic tires are replaced by the 30x10-16 and 33x12-20 solid tire sizes. If the sidewall of your tire has the size stamp then you should be able to determine your tire options on our website easily. Many models have the extra space required to upgrade to the wider twelve inch tire but if you have any questions about your tire fitment please give our knowledgeable sales team a call or reach out via online chat.

Case Skid Steer Tire FAQ

The Case SR175 and SV185 tire size is the 10x16.5 pneumatic tire size and that is the same as the 30x10-16 solid skid steer size.

Yes, we have several tread patterns including aggressive traction, non-directional, non-makring, and smooth.

Case Skid Steer Tire Tread Options

Yes, we offer non marking Case tires in a non-directional tread pattern.