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Linglong Tyres


A tyre for tough times.

Farming is hard.  We understand that.  That’s the reason we are bringing the Linglong tyre to the UK.

For machinery to keep working, tyres need to be replaced.  Linglong tyres offer an affordable way for farmers and contractors to keep their machines going.  Wanting to sell a loader or tractor with worn tyres – Linglong’s let you replace the tyres without breaking the bank.

Why Linglong? The best value for money – plus a three year warranty for peace of mind.


Are they any good in the field? 


Since early 2015, we have been undertaking field tests of the Linglong tyres.  We wanted to make sure that they were a product we could stand by.

We have trialled them country-wide on many soil tyres and various applications.  From de-stoning in Cambridgeshire to a Hardi Alpha sprayer in Staffordshire.  Hedge cutting in Lincolnshire to rowcrop work in Aberdeenshire.  From front-line machines to sprayers, we have fitted Linglong tyres to machines of all makes: John Deere, Fendt, Massey Ferguson, New Holland, JCB, Case, Valtra, etc.


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A John Deere tractor fitted with Linglong tyres, pulling a red trailer in a meadow.

Linglong - Brand Profile


Linglong are one of the top 20 agricultural tyre manufacturers in the world and five most developed Eastern tyre brands.  A leading company in the car and truck tyre market, they also have a wide range of radial agricultural tyres.  


Linglong - Frequently Asked Questions

Are Linglong’s made in China?

Yes.  The Linglong tyres are made in China, they are similar in quality to the Alliance or BKT which are Indian made tyres. 

Are Linglong tyres reliable?

We have been selling the Linglong agricultural tyres since early 2015 – we have had no problems with any of the tyres supplied. 

What warranty do the Linglong tyres have?

Linglong agricultural tyres have a 3 year warranty.  


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 A Linglong tyre fitted to a Case tractor de-stoning at Russell Smith Farms in Cambridgeshire