About Our Location
Salina Kansasland Tire was established in 1999
• 24 Hour Emergency Road Service
• Turf Buff & Retreads for the Softest Touch on Sod www.TerraTurfTires.com
• Solid tires for antique equipment
• Foam Filled Tires and Repair
• Skid Steer Wheels
• Toll free number: 800.255.0276
The Kansasland Tire Terra and Turf Group are the experts in the field. Years of experience
make us the folks to call on for your normal or not so normal needs. Whether that need is to
go wider, taller, narrower or shorter ... we can design and supply everything you may need. Tires designed for high load capacity, low compaction, good traction and the custom or stock wheels to go with them. The Terra and Turf Group has tires from Alliance, Tireco, Galaxy, Goodyear, Titan,
Denman and other manufacturers to give our customers exactly what the need calls for.
We also produce custom retreads and turf buffed tires in many sizes and custom solid tires for antique equipment. We can deliver these tires and wheels whereever they
need to go.
If you are traveling, or your busy fleet is on the road, check our map for our other locations across Kansas to meet your service needs!
Kansasland Tire has been in operation since 1971 throughout Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado and Oklahoma.
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Brake Repair - Disc Brake Service
Brakes are one of the most important components on your vehicle. You need the confidence of knowing that when you press your foot to the brake, your vehicle is going to stop. That's why it's important to keep these tips in mind to help keep your brakes functioning properly:
• Have your brakes checked at least once a year - more often if you drive frequently in city traffic or live in a hilly area
• Never drive with the parking brake on
• If you hear a high-pitched squeak when you use the brakes, have them checked
• If you hear a scratching or grinding noise when not braking, this also can be a sign of a brake or bearing issue and should be inspected immediately
• Check your brake fluid along with other car fluids. If you have to add fluid more than once every few months, you may have a leak
Here are some common signs that you should take your vehicle for brake service.
• Your vehicle pulls to one side when you apply the brakes
• The brake pedal sinks to the floor when pressure is maintained
• You hear or feel a scraping or grinding sensation during braking
• You hear a high-pitched, piercing metallic sound while the vehicle is in motion
• The "brake" light on the instrument panel lights up