Believe it or not, winter weather is not far off. Even though the temperature is warm where you are, snow is starting to be mentioned in many weather forecasts around the country.
I’m constantly asked about placing a different tire into an application that has been running on one type of product for years. Sometimes the new approach is a good idea and making the change will cost the customer less over time. The hardest part is getting the customer to support and buy into the change.
After many years of a slow off-the-road tire market, there seems to be a lot more positive activity.
The tire industry has seen a lot of changes over the years, especially in the auto, light truck and medium truck side of the business. Many of these changes improve performance and change the characteristics of a vehicle. On the OTR side, there have not been many changes over the years except the move from
There are many different applications in which pneumatic OTR tires perform extremely well. On the other hand, there are applications that go beyond a pneumatic tire’s capabilities: transfer stations, scrap yards, and steel mills, to name a few. Because of this, many dealers offer tire fill to address the toughest applications with a pneumatic tire