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Del-Nat unveils Chaparral MT light truck tire

Posted on January 4, 2012

Del-Nat Tire Corp. has unveiled the Chaparral MT, the latest addition to its family of light truck tires.

Available now, the Chaparral MT features an aggressive tread design, scalloped shoulder lugs, strategic siping and a quiet ride. Del-Nat says the line, which is available in 14 sizes, offers outstanding traction on wet, hard surfaces. The line also includes outlined white lettering.

The Chaparral MT offers strong off-road performance for both light trucks and SUVs. The tread design, with interlocking wedge-shaped center region elements, performs well in muddy conditions and provides good traction on both soft and wet surfaces.

The alternating tread shoulder lugs are designed for maximum evacuation of mud and dirt. The buttress design creates biting edges in the upper sidewall for additional traction on soft surfaces while contributing to a rugged appearance.

Related Topics: Chaparral MT, Del-Nat Tire Corp., Light truck tires

Comments ( 2 )
  • Lightfeather

     | about 5 years ago

    This is a very good tread. Does exceptional performance in mud and wet surfaces. Just need more lugs on sidewall as I find when aired down rocks seam to bite the side walls pretty good. Otherwise excellent tires. 4 out 5 for me. Been driven on dodge ramcharger and a Chevy blazer s10

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