Commercial T/A Traction
The tire that means business, even in the toughest conditions. What it is: A cool-running, steel-tough tire that helps deliver serious on- and off-road traction over the most demanding routes and conditions. Meets RMA definition for use in severe snow conditions. Molded for studs. Use on rear axle (with Commercial T/A All Season on front axle) for added traction or both axles of vehicles used off-road and/or in severe snow conditions. Who it's for: Owner/operators and fleet customers operating everything from Class 1 (under 6,000 lbs.) to Class 5 (up to 19,500 lbs. GVW) vehicles who need maximized traction even in severe conditions.
Miles Warranty Call for DetailsMore information The mileage warranty of a tire indicates the number of miles that a tire is estimated to last. If a tire fails to last for the number of miles indicated by the warranty, the customer will be given credit from the tire manufacturer toward a new tire based on how many miles short of the estimate the tire fell. Some restrictions apply.
Speed Rating QMore information The speed rating of a tire is based on U.S. Government standards for reaching and sustaining a specified speed. Typically, a tire with a higher speed rating results in better handling. Speed ratings apply only to the tire itself, and not to a particular vehicle. Putting a tire rated for a certain speed on a vehicle does not mean that the vehicle can be safely operated at the tire's rated speed.
Load Range 120More information The load range on a tire helps determine its ability to contain air pressure and its overall strength. Ranges are expressed using a number and the higher the number, the stronger the tire. These measurements are primarily for light trucks and SUV’s.
Tread Depth 18More information Tread depth is the distance between the top of the tread rubber to the bottom of the tire's deepest grooves. In the United States, tread depth is measured in 32nds of an inch.
Max Load Lbs 3042 LBSMore information A tire’s maximum load is the maximum amount of weight the tire is designed to hold. The tire’s load carrying capacity is directly related to the tire’s size and amount of inflation pressure that is actually used. Each load range has a assigned air pressure identified in pounds per square inch (psi) at which the tire's maximum load is rated.
Max PSI 80More information A tire’s maximum inflation pressure (PSI) is the highest "cold" inflation pressure that the tire is designed to contain. When measuring a tire’s max PSI, it is important the tire is "cold," because warmer temperatures can cause the tire pressure to temporarily increase resulting with inaccurate readings. This measurement should only be used when called for on the vehicle’s tire placard or in the vehicle’s owners manual.
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