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|Main Material:||Natural Rubber, Carbon Black, Steel||Diameter:||22.5 Inch|
|Pattern:||Block Type||Retreadable:||Even Twice More|
|Structure:||All Steel Radial Tire||Axle:||Drive Axle|
low rolling resistance tires,
wide base truck tires
Effective and long life driving axle tires of 12R22.5 for the highway trucks
Tires are arguably the most important, and the drive axles which been powered by the transmission to give forward thrust to the vehicles, selecting a drive axle tire with superior traction to meet the requirement of your trucks. WALSTONE is proud as tire-selecting guru. Our experienced will help your decision being right, reliable and profitable.
What is the important thing of the tire? The answer is the more mileage. Yes, the time means the money, a tire with more mileage and using time mean bring more margin for the business of long haul. This drive axle tire of size 12R22.5 was designed for the trucks running with high speed on highway which used newly tread compound combine both fuel efficiency and long life.
The new compound was used for the sidewall of this drive tire is contributed to reduce rolling resistance saving the consumption of fuel, and a sturdy and toughness carcass to improve the safe indication and ensure it is possible to retread.
Optimized the tread surface will enlarge the tread area of this highway trucks axle drive tire to prevent the irregular worn and improve the grip both on the dry and wet roads.
New tire inflated
This driving axle tire of 12R22.5 is designed for the trucks running with high speed on the highway and good roads, has the feature of improving mileage benefiting for long distance transportation.
Low rolling resistance compound design promotes lowering the rolling resistance, to reduce the consumption of fuel.
The cold resistance compound design is suitable using in all season condition, with M+S and 3PSMF marking.
Optimized the crown is providing lasting grip and stability.
The drivers should be instructed to check the tire pressure with accurate gauge implement on their truck at least once weekly.
The driver should conduct a visual inspection of the vehicle’s tires prior to operation, including inside dual, the trailer axle and mounted spare tires.
Avoid welding or applying heat to the wheel when the tire is mounted.
Retreads are cheaper than regular tires, but ultimately cost more in the long run. They need replacing more often.
Retreads aren’t allowed to be mounted on the steering axles. Even the safety authorities recognize that they’re dangerous potential safety hazards.
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