Toyo Rolls Out Three New Tires at MATS
March 25, 2014 - Products
Toyo Tire U.S.A. Corp.
Toyo Tires is rolling out three new premium tires this week at the Mid-America Trucking Show in Louisville, Ky. Featuring Toyo Tires’ proprietary e-balance technology, these tires deliver improved tire life, endurance, and retreadability plus reduced rolling resistance and irregular wear, says the company.
The new tires are the SmartWay verified M177 regional to long-haul steer tire; the M170 regional steer tire; and the M920 drive traction tire for regional and long-haul trucking.
Toyo M177 Regional to Long-Haul Steer Tire
The M177 is a U.S. EPA SmartWay verified, premium low rolling resistance steer tire designed for use in regional to long-haul applications. Toyo touts its fuel efficiency, excellent durability and enhanced retreadability.
Also suitable for use on a trailer position, the M177 is available in both G and H load ratings in the following sizes: 295/75R22.5, 285/75R24.5, 11R22.5 and 11R24.5.
Toyo M170 Regional Steer Tire
The M170 is a regional steer tire that is capable of being used in all wheel positions. It features a durable compound and increased tread volume as well as improved bead durability and improved wear. These features result in a longer tire life and smoother drive.
Current sizes are an 11R22.5 and a 12R22.5, both with an H load range.
Toyo M920 All-Season Drive Traction Tire
The premium M920 drive traction tire is designed for trucks that require all-season capabilities to deliver loads in any weather condition. Designed for regional and long-haul applications, it features wide, staggered tread blocks for improved traction and performance while additional features assist in excellent wet performance, longer tire life and reduced irregular wear.
The M920 is currently available in a 245/70R19.5 and an 11R22.5, with plans to expand the line-up later this year.
The full range of Toyo Tires commercial products will be displayed at Toyo's ooth in the South Wing (Booth #32895).
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