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Live at SEMA: Duraturn Rolls Out Light Truck Tires

Duraturn Travia A/T
Duraturn Travia A/T

Duraturn Tires added to its product lineup for the U.S. with the introduction of the Travia M/T and Travia A/T tires at this week’s SEMA Show (booth #40039).

According to the company, the Duraturn Travia M/T delivers maximum off-road traction through large tread blocks and shoulder lugs. Other features include: cleaning bars between the tread blocks that help loosen and evacuate mud and dirt; sidebiters for additional off-road traction and resistance to cuts and abrasions; an alternating concave/convex shoulder for additional off-road performance; and jointless nylon spiral wrap cap ply for improved uniformity and resistance to heat buildup.

The Travia M/T is currently available in nine sizes, including four with OWL:  LT245/75R16, LT265/75R16, LT285/75R16 OWL, LT265/70R17 OWL, LT285/70R17 OWL, 31×10.50R15LT OWL, 33×12.50R18LT, 33×12.50R20LT, and 35×12.50R20LT.

The Duraturn Travia A/T, backed by a 50,000-mile limited tread wear warranty, is a premium light truck tire that the tiremaker said delivers long mileage and quiet performance on the road, with dependable traction in off-road conditions. It features: a five-rib tread design for longer wear; specially designed tread blocks for extra traction in off-road conditions; cleaning bars within the tread design; variable pitch design that reduces road noise; and jointless nylon spiral wrap cap ply.

Duraturn Travia M/T
Duraturn Travia M/T

“Our dealers have been getting great results with the Travia H/T, so we’re thrilled to expand the Travia lineup to include all-terrain and mud traction light truck tires,” said Ken Coltrane, vice president of Duraturn Tires.

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