Filling your tractor tires with water is a great way to maintain their pressure and increase traction. Water is not the only liquid that can be used to fill tires, however. Other fillers such as methanol alcohol, calcium chloride, antifreeze, and polyurethane foam can also be used. The weight of each liquid varies.
For example, one gallon of water weighs approximately 8 pounds, while one gallon of methanol alcohol weighs 6.5 pounds. Calcium chloride and antifreeze weigh even less. It's important to consider the weight of the liquid when filling your tractor tires, as it can affect the traction and buoyancy of the tire. VF technology is designed to offer greater traction capacity and prevent tires from slipping, without the use of water.
However, if you choose to fill your tractor tires with water, you'll need to unscrew the valve core and then connect one end of a tire hose to the core and another end to a water source, such as your home's water supply. It's important to consider the weight of the liquid when filling your tractor tires, as it can affect the traction and buoyancy of the tire.