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On the Spot: BF Goodrich Cross Control Tires [Video]

Adam Murphy, vice president of B2B marketing at BF Goodrich, describes the company’s new all-terrain Cross Control Tire offering that launched at the 2018 Mid-America Trucking Show.

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Hankook's AH24 Premium Regional Steer Tire [Video]

From the show floor of the 2018 Mid-America Trucking Show, Hankook Tire’s regional director Anita McGinnis describes the company’s AH24 Premium Regional Steer Tire’s fuel efficiency and durability advantages.

BF Goodrich Launches Two All-Terrain Tires

BF Goodrich launched the Cross Control S and Cross Control D commercial truck tires, two all-terrain tires for use in construction, logging and energy applications, at the Mid-America Trucking Show.

Sumitomo Offers New Steer, Drive Tires

TBC Brands, a distributor of private brand tires in North America, is introducing two new tires - the Sumitomo ST788 SE Steer Position and ST948 SE Drive tires.

Yokohama Adds Four Sizes to 104ZR Tire Line

Yokohama Tire Corporation has added four new sizes to its 104ZR all-position/steer tire lineup designed for urban and regional applications.

Yokohama 108R Tire Designed for Regional Use

Yokohama Tire Corporation’s 108R regional all-position/steer tire is a SmartWay-verified option now available to fleets in the U.S. and Canada.

Bridgestone Launches Fuel Efficient Steer Tire

Bridgestone has launched the R283A Ecopia steer tire, designed to offer durability and fuel efficiency to fleets in regional and long-haul applications.

Michelin XZA3+ Tire Available in Load Range H

Michelin Americas Truck Tires launched two more sizes of the Michelin XZA3+ steer tire, coming in load range H to address additional weight without a change in tire performance.

Bridgestone Offers Firestone Steer Tire for Regional, P&D

Bridgestone has released the Firestone FS561 radial tire for steering application on regional and pickup and delivery use.

Steer Axle Weights Have Increased: Are Your Steer Tires up to the Challenge?

It’s not uncommon to find highway trucks with front axles and suspensions rated for 13,200 pounds. While 12,000-pound axles were the industry norm for many years, the move to 13,200-pound axles came with the addition of all that emissions reduction gear. Are you running a steer tire rated for that weight?