Mixed-service tire

  • 23-Aug-2016 12:15 EDT
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The all-new Armor Max Pro Grade MSD tire from The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company (Akron, OH) builds on the toughness of the Goodyear G177, while providing enhanced traction, miles to removal and retread ability. Suited for construction, cement, dump and coal field trucks, the tire features a premium-quality casing for enhanced retreadability. Other features include rugged tread design for on- and off-road traction, a tough tread compound to help resist chipping and chunking, a special mixed-service undertread compound for enhanced casing toughness, and a cool-running base compound to help provide long tread life and lower rolling resistance. For more information, visit www.goodyeartrucktires.com.

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