Titan Showcasing New Earthmoving Tires at CONEXPO-CON/AGG - Tire Review Magazine

Titan Showcasing New Earthmoving Tires at CONEXPO-CON/AGG

titan_stl2Titan International’s expanded STL2+ line will be on display at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017.

The dual-purpose E-3/L-3 tread can be selected with either cut-resistant or wear-resistant compounding, Titan said. The tied-in, bar lug design is open and non-directional for self-cleaning, and tread depth provides traction and long life in rocky conditions.

“What really sets this tire apart is its tied-in lug pattern,” said Johni Francis, OTR global product manager at Titan International. “The lugs are designed to work together as one unit, which provides excellent stability and even wear. Couple that with a radial construction and several compound options — and this tire is an excellent-performing, long-lasting choice for any earthmoving, aggregate or mining application.”

Additional sizes to the lineup include the new 875/65R29, LSW875/55R34.5, 23.5R25, 26.5R25 and 29.5R25.

In addition to viewing an expanded earthmover lineup, visitors to the Titan booth can register for a chance to win $2,500 tire rebates, given away each day during the five-day show. Visit booth #S6536 to learn more.

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