Centennial Tires Rolls Out New Off-Road Tire Line - Tire Review Magazine

Centennial Tires Rolls Out New Off-Road Tire Line

Centennial Tires, a division of Greenball Corp., is rolling out a new tire line-up for trucks, SUVs, Jeeps and other vehicles with off-road capabilities for highway and off-road driving.

“Every consumer has different needs when it comes to tires, and it’s our job to provide solutions,” said Randy Tsai of Greenball. “Following the success of our Kanati Tires light truck program, we saw an opportunity with the Centennial brand to offer quality light truck tires at a competitive price point.”

Centennial Tires offers tires with an aggressive, capable design for various off-road terrain and adverse weather conditions – at an economic price point, Greenball said.

Tires offered in the new Centennial line-up include:
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Terra Commander A/T (P-Metric Sizes)
Ideal for older light truck and SUV models, the Terra Commander A/T in p-metric sizing is mountain snowflake rated and can be fitted with #13 winter studs for traction and braking power in extreme snowy and icy conditions, Greenball said.

Terra Commander A/T (LT Sizes)
The Terra Commander A/T in LT sizes offers a heavy-duty 10-ply rated construction and is mountain snowflake rated for winter use. Additionally, the tire offers a versatile tread pattern and high load capacity.

Terra Trooper A/T
Designed to provide a smooth and quiet ride on the highway, the Terra Trooper A/T is ideal for drivers on paved roads who also enjoy some light off-roading.

Terra Commander M/Tgreenball2
The Terra Commander M/T is the most aggressive of the Centennial line-up and features large tread lugs and high void ratios to ensure maximum traction in off-road conditions.

Dirt Commander M/T
The Centennial Dirt Commander M/T offers traction and durability in various terrain and weather conditions, while also providing a comfortable highway ride, Greenball said.

The tires are offered a wide variety of LT and p-metric size. For more information, visit www.CentennialTires.com.

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