Designed for use mainly regional roads, Continental’s HTR2 all-position wide-base tire for construction vehicles offers 20 percent more wear volume than the original HTR thanks to a wider tread pattern and an increase in tread depth.
Designed for use mainly regional roads, Continental’s HTR2 all-position wide-base tire for construction vehicles offers 20 percent more wear volume than the original HTR thanks to a wider tread pattern and an increase in tread depth, now 22/32 inches. The tread compound is cut- and chip-resistant, which allows for higher tread endurance and optimal performance, and this compound also is 5 percent less rolling resistant than the original HTR, resulting in greater fuel efficiency. Crucial to construction and regional applications, HTR2 includes a stone ejection system, which reduces casing penetrations and stone retention.
Goodyear G731 MSA and G751 MSA mixed-service commercial truck tires feature the company’s DuraSeal Technology, which is a gel-like rubber compound that is built into the tire’s casing and instantly seals nail-hole punctures of up to ¼-inch in diameter in the repairable area of a tire’s tread, Goodyear says.
Titan Tire has significantly expanded its OTR (off-the-road) product line, which now includes Low Sidewall (LSW) options for light-, medium- and heavy-duty wheel loaders, as well as for articulated dump trucks.
Built to combat wear and tear created by rough and unpredictable roads, Continental’s HDR1 (Heavy Drive Regional) tire features a robust cut- and chip-resistant compound for long, even wear and durability, and stone ejection technologies which reduce the retention of stones and penetrations to the tire's casing.
A wider deep rib design provides Continental's new HSU2 heavy-truck steer tire with increased tread life.