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Bridgestone VJT Off Road Tire

The V-Steel J-Traction radial off-road tire's computer-optimized center block provides improved loader operator comfort.

December 01, 2009

With a computer-optimized center block, the V-Steel J-Traction (VJT) radial off-road tire creates improved loader operator comfort and stability by minimizing vibration levels, says manufacturer Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations. Extended tire life is achieved by improving wear resistance through reduced friction between the tire's center blocks and the ground, explains Bridgestone. Additionally, an enhanced sidewall design provides improved cut resistance under heavy loads. The VJT is immediately available in 20.5R25, 23.5R25 and 26.5R25 sizes; 17.5R25 and 29.5R25 versions will follow.

 
 

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