All-position tire

  • 19-Mar-2014 05:39 EDT
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Bridgestone's M854 wide-base radial all-position tire is fabricated for severe on/off highway applications and the environmental demands of dump trucks, cement mixers, bulk carrier equipment, and logging applications. The M854 was designed to provide long mileage, aggressive traction, and strong casing durability for construction, logging, and refuse fleets that travel on loose terrain and uneven surfaces. A wide footprint maximizes tire grip, while cap/base compounding and improved casing construction extend wear and original tread life. Other features include an aggressive tread pattern for traction; wide tread design for higher payload and flotation to maintain grip without digging in the ground; and special compounding to extend life while providing resistance to cuts, chips, and tearing. The Bridgestone M854 is offered in three sizes: the 425/65R22.5, 385/65R22.5, and 445/65R22.5.

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