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.
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.
The Alliance Tire Group (ATG) designs, engineers, and manufacturers three globally recognized tire brands—Alliance, Galaxy, and PrimeX—to provide, says ATG, application-specific, purpose-built tires to key off-highway markets.
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.