Whatever your vehicle, Bush Tyres has a quality Bridgestone to suit your needs. We stock a wide range of Bridgestone tyres for tractors, sprayers and combine harvesters.

Renowned for their performance tyres that deliver on both safety and efficiency, Bridgestone has a range of tyres, including the VT- Tractor tyre that can make your vehicle more efficient.

In tyre design and development, Bridgestone defined the three core elements as safety, comfort, and being environmentally friendly, and invest the resources necessary to ensure that their tyres deliver on all three fronts.

Our range of Bridgestone Agricultural tyre patterns

  • VT-Tractor

    Radial Tyre

    Introducing the all-new VT-TRACTOR: the flagship of the new range of Bridgestone premium agricultural tyres. Built for today's most advanced, heavy and sophisticated machines, the VT-TRACTOR sets the highest standards in terms of both performance and protection, helping farmers get the most out of their land today and tomorrow.

    • Large footprint for low soil compaction
    • Outstanding traction for high productivity
    • Low fuel consumption
  • VT-COMBINE

    RADIAL TYRE

    Introducing the all-new VT-COMBINE: bound to be a totally reliable partner for farmers and agricultural contract workers during the harvest season, when every moment counts. They operate very efficiently in all conditions and carry heavier loads while protecting our most precious resource, fertile soil.

    • High durability thanks to robust casing
    • Large footprint for low soil compaction
    • Greater load capacity for an increased efficiency (vs standard tyres)
    • Outstanding traction for high productivity

History of Bridgestone Agricultural tyres

Bridgestone UK is a key regional subsidiary of Tokyo-based Bridgestone Corporation, the world's largest manufacturer of tyres and other rubber products. Bridgestone Corporation and its subsidiaries employ over 140,000 people around the world, operate 178 plants in 25 nations and sell products in more than 150 countries. One in five vehicles in the world drives on the company's tyres. "Serving Society with Superior Quality" has been our mission since Shojiro Ishibashi founded Bridgestone in 1931.

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