This is liquid bowling ball material at 8 lbs a
gallon. Very heavy but it does come in softer
varieties. Can use old tires.
Carpenter, Arnco, Synair, Amerityre
Local dealers are found all across the country
Contact Agricultural Tire Businesses
Landscape, Industrial, Small Bobcat, Golf
Two Part Liquid Foams Then Injected Into Tire
$2.00 - $4.50 lb
Softer Ride Gentler On Equipment And Riders
Cannot Exceed Tire Load Rating
This is fluffier stuff at 3 1/2 lbs. Will not
rut. Imitates 25 psi tire very well. Very versatile.
Should use new tires.
Urethane International, Arnco, Amerityre
There are very few dealers for this type of
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Tire Fill has been around for decades and can be
found through a network of dealers through out the
country. The odd things is, that the manufacturers
of Tire Fill do a bad job of promoting their dealers
and local fillers. You could be sitting next to one
and not know it. We have tried for years to get a
list of dealers so we could answer all the emails we
get. There are thousands of them and they usually
can be found by calling one or two agricultural or
equipment tire places. We at Air Free only deal in
the Foam Fill.
Tire Fill has its' uses where super heavy loads are
involved. Some mining tires can take over 500
gallons of fill.
The process is simple: just drill a hole in the
tire, insert tube and pour the liquid in. It hardens
in about a day. While they do make tire fill in
different densities, all the densities are like a
bowling ball with varying degrees of bounciness from
no bounce at all to just a tiny bit of jiggle.
Mining equipment uses 55 durometer while if you
wanted to put the softest stuff they make in a
wheelbarrow tire, then you could get the 20
durometer, which when put in the rubber tire, would
actually have a little bounce to it and can hop over
curbs, but the tire would also weigh over 15 lbs.
If you want to estimate what your tires will
We do not do Tire Fill unless you want 100 tires or
If you want 100 tires or more, email me and you and I can talk.
If you want only a handful of tires done, then look
locally. If I could get a list of dealers together
for you, I would, and I have been asking for years.
Until I get it, just call a few tire places in your
area. Foam fillers almost never advertise but there
are over 2,000 Tire Fillers in the country. You are
never more than an hour away from one.
WHY DO YOU NEED TIRE FILL?
Ask a few questions.... Are you getting flats?
Tires still wear out with Tire Fill in them.
A Six Ply Tire is very unlikely to get flats. Get
Tire Fill only if you cannot get a six ply tire and
you are exceeding the load rating.
All Tires Have Load Ratings - 75% of people's
problems can be solved by going to a tougher rubber
tire. We don't sell Tire Fill so we can help people
better. Get Tire Fill only if you really need it.
If you already use Tire Fill, then you know that
"Chunking" or recycling old fill is a way to reduce
costs. For readers who have never priced a Tire
Fill, it can seem very expensive and large tires do
cost a couple of thousand dollars to fill even at
$1.00 a pound.
But then a wheelbarrow tire would only cost $25
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Foam Fill is relatively new, harder to do and there
are fewer places doing it. Although "Tire Fill" is
called Foam Fill, they are not the same thing.
Foam Fill is a mixture of two liquids that produce
heat and Carbon Dioxide when mixed. The machinery is
more complicated than Tire Fill and the chances of
botching a fill is greater with Foam Fill. The
upside, is the Foam Fill has a much better ride but
it has weight limitations
Manufacturers of the
Foam Fill say the fill will allow users to achieve
the load rating of the tire but not to exceed it.
You need to use Tire Fill if you have to carry more
than the tire was intended to do.
For example, you have a helicopter dolly. The
writing on the tire says "Rated 500lbs" but the
helicopter weighs 10,000 lbs. You need Tire Fill,
not Foam Fill. If you have a wheelbarrow that will
never carry more than 400lbs, then you need Foam
Fill but not Tire Fill.
There are Foam Fill places here in Florida, Georgia,
California, Nevada and few others. We will fill
tires here at our facility but they must be under 24
inches tall and be only mower or landscape tires.
To see what it might cost to get your tires
click here. Our prices might be higher than
others because our prices include the shipping
To send us your tires under 24 inches tall,
To find a local Foam Fill dealer near you, click
WHY DO YOU NEED FOAM FILL?
Flats?, overloading, high use?
If you need small tires, check our pre-made wheels.
If you need larger tires (Golf Cart size or larger)
then be prepared to ship them to us or someone else if a dealer isn't in
Choose from over
just pick your size and follow the
instructions and in about three weeks,
you'll have your tires foam filled.
You supply the tires and hubs...we foam fill
and send back, you pay shipping to us, we
pay shipping back
Foam refers to a family of urethanes that do
not foam but instead 'gel' and then harden.
Only Air Free Easy Foam (above) is a foam
and everything else is what is known as
"Tire Fill" including our Heavy Foam. Tire
fill is a liquid urethane that is mixed and
poured into a tire.